Release Notes 10.3.2

Mac Lewandowski - Dataedo Team Mac Lewandowski 15th September, 2022
Applies to: Dataedo 23.x versions, Article available also for: 24.x (current)

Web Catalog Users and Login improvements

To make managing and auditing permissions and access in the Web Catalog easier, we implemented a few improvements.

Managing login methods in the Web Catalog

We introduced an option to disable selected login methods in Web Catalog. You can now access settings and decide which login method should be allowed in your organization.


If you are not using Active Directory login method, you should disable it through settings to ensure security as it is common that default environment is available already, and that can lead to giving everyone who has an AD account an access to the Web Catalog. If you are using Active Directory, you may want to remove or limit permissions assigned to default groups.

Read more about accessing Web Catalog in this article.

Browsing permissions summary

We added a view in which one can check permissions from a data source perspective. View lists of all users with some level of access to the data source.

IPermissions sum

Deleted users View

We added a listing of deleted users with the option of restoring a deleted user. Find out more about Users management.

Other issues

With Dataedo 10.3.2, we also addressed a few issues and improved the experience of existing features.

Issue Resolution status Fix version External links
Issues with importing PostgreSQL. Fixed. 10.3.2
Newlines were not displayed in Web Catalog grids. Fixed. 10.3.2
Some minor gaps in actions validation. Fixed. 10.3.2 Actions in Web Catalog
Problems with SCT in the Web Catalog. Added SCT to Subject areas. Fixed a few minor bugs. One inaccuracy between Desktop and Web Catalog was left for the next version. 10.3.2
Issues with setting the filter on import. Fixed. 10.3.2
General issues with MySQL conections. Fixed by changing library. 10.3.2

Additionally, we addressed multiple minor issues.

Repository changes

The repository upgrade is required with this version.

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