Conga Release Notes contain the following information about Conga TurboEngines Winter 2020 Release.

For more information on new features, enhancements, and document improvements refer to

  • What's New in Conga TurboEngines Winter 2020 Administrator Guide or
  • What's New in Conga TurboEngines Data Sync Administrator Guide
  • Packages: Lists packages that are required to upgrade to this release of the product

  • System Requirements and Supported Platforms: Lists requirements and recommendations for installing this release
  • New Features: Provides high-level descriptions of new features introduced in this release, with links to more detailed information

  • Enhancements: Provides high-level descriptions of enhancements to existing features
  • Resolved Issues: Lists customer-reported issues that are resolved in this release or known issues resolved from previous releases
  • Known Issues: Lists known issues that are applicable in this release

This documentation may contain descriptions of software features that are optional and for which you may not have purchased a license. As a result, your specific software solution and/or implementation may differ from those described in this document. Please contact your CSM or AE for information on your specific features and licensing.

Packages 

The following packages and dependent packages are required to upgrade to this release to utilize all the new features of this release. These are the minimum required versions; later versions are also supported. Separate prerequisites for each feature can be found in the respective guides. The packages marked as (New) are new packages in this release.

Product

Latest Certified Version

(Version Name | Version Number)

Conga Base Library (New)

1.2.123 | 1.123

Before installing or upgrading Conga managed packages, you must review the dependency matrix for each managed package. You can refer to the package dependency matrix at Conga Packages Dependency Matrix

System Requirements and Supported Platforms 

The following table lists the minimum requirements for installing and using Conga TurboEngines.

System RequirementMinimum Supported Version
Operating SystemStandard Salesforce.com requirements. See Salesforce PDF.
Browser
Conga supports the following browsers:
  • Microsoft Edge Chromium
  • Google Chrome

Conga recommends the latest stable version of the browser for the best performance.

Internet Explorer is not supported.


New Features 

The following features are new to Conga TurboEngines in this release.

Importing a callback

The Import feature provides a mechanism to import the callback project (.zip file). Using this feature, you can move the callback code to a different environment if required.

Get Started

For more information on the Importing feature, refer to "Managing TurboEngine Callbacks" in the TurboEngines Winter 2020 Administrator Guide.

Related Pricing Callback Interface

The interface provides you the capability to define custom logic for calculating the pricing for related product line items. The prices in the related product line items are dependant on the price of other line items.

Get Started

For more information on the Related Pricing callback, refer to "Pricing Callback Class for TurboPricing" in the TurboEngines Winter 2020 Administrator Guide.

Enhancements

The following section describes existing features that are changed (or are no longer supported) in this release.

TurboConfig Data Sync

Administrators can now leverage TurboEngine Data Sync services for TurboConfig product configuration master data. TurboEngine Data Sync is a service provided parallel to the Flexible Computing Platform for syncing master data between Conga applications and TurboEngines at regular scheduled intervals and on-demand. TurboConfig administrators can now make use of the TurboEngine Data Sync Admin application to configure and manage master data sync.


Get Started

For more information on TurboEngines Data Sync, refer to "About TurboEngines Data Sync" in the TurboEngines Data Sync Winter 2020 Administrator Guide.

Push-Based Sync

You can now enable simple or complex objects for push-based sync. This takes advantage of PushTopic Events in Salesforce that notify the data sync service when one or more records have been created, updated, or deleted, or when changes have been made to a record based on a specific PushTopic query. When you enable an object for PushTopic sync, any time activity in Salesforce meets the criteria for a PushTopic Event, the corresponding object and its data will be synced for the applicable consumer profile.


Get Started

For more information about push-based sync, refer to "Enabling Objects for Push-Based Sync" in the TurboEngines Data Sync Winter 2020 Administrator Guide.

Sync Indexes

You can now create sync indexes for objects added to sync settings. You can create sync indexes with user-friendly names to increase performance significantly for objects with a significant amount of records.


Get Started

For more information on sync indexes, refer to "Creating Sync Indexes" in the TurboEngines Data Sync Winter 2020 Administrator Guide.

Data Sync Email Notifications

Administrators can now enable email notifications in the TurboEngines admin application to send email notifications to the administrator account whenever a sync operation fails or is partially successful. Administrator can enable and configure email notifications in the TurboEngines Data Sync Admin application.


Get Started

For more information on email notifications, refer to "Managing Email Notifications" in the TurboEngines Data Sync Winter 2020 Administrator Guide.

Changes and Additions to Run History Status

The following changes and additions have been made to sync status in data sync Run History:

  • 'Partial Success' status has been added to the list of possible statuses displayed in Run History and Run Details. 'Partial Success' indicates that the sync was successful for some object but failed for one or more objects. Administrators can view details and take action from the Run History tab.
  • 'Queued' status has been changed to 'Preparing'.
  • 'Cancelled' status has been changed to 'Aborted'. 


Get Started

For more information on sync run history, refer to "Working with Data Sync Run History" the TurboEngines Data Sync Winter 2020 Administrator Guide.

Retry Data Sync

You can now retry a sync operation from the Run Details screen. Retrying data sync is available when a sync for one or more objects fails during the sync process. You cannot retry a sync with the status 'Aborted'.


Get Started

For more information on retrying data sync, refer to "Retrying Data Sync" in the TurboEngines Data Sync Winter 2020 Administrator Guide.

Download Sync Error Report from Run Details

You can now download an error message report from Run Details after one or more objects fail to sync. The error messages report contains detailed error message information for debugging issues encountered during sync.


Get Started

For more information on downloading error message reports, refer to "Viewing and Evaluating Error Messages" in the TurboEngines Data Sync Winter 2020 Administrator Guide.

Resolved Issues 

The following table lists the known issues resolved from the previous release.

Case NumberConga Internal IDDescription
NACPQ-44779Replacement Rules based on criteria does not execute until the user clicks on finalize.
NACPQ-44752Getting "Price Pending" error on "Finalize" when Option with price method "Flat Price" is added under bundle and option quantity is updated, repriced, and then finalized.
NACPQ-44836Option to Option exclusion constraint rule is not supported.
NACPQ-44615Usage Price Tiers are not shown within the popup for the finalized cart.
NACPQ-44832A feature flag called "Enable Selling Term Rounding" does not work partially.
NACPQ-44827User is unable to finalize if they have "Check on Finalization" type of constraint rule.
NACPQ-44817The update cart line items request is sending a pricing status of complete, however, the response has the pricing status flipped back to pending.
NACPQ-44824

Auto-included primary line products are not getting auto-removed when you remove the condition product. This behavior is observed when Constraint Rule Execution Mode is set as either CMS or Server.

Known Issues 

The following table provides the cumulative list of known issues up to this release. 

Conga Internal IDDescription
CPQ-43964

In TurboPricing flow, when you copy the bundle with multiple options, CPQ displays an error.

CMS-700When using Match In Location, CPQ displays an error after adding the condition and action for different countries.
CMS-699

When you delete the condition of an Action, the action is also getting deleted along with the condition. 

CMS-701When configuring Match In Location, the error message is displayed continuously after deleting the actions.
CMS-702In TurboConfig flow, CPQ displays an error after selecting the cloned condition.
CMS-703

When you update the quantity of cloned option after cloning it, the blank values are displayed for all the attributes of cloned options. 

CMS-704The original and cloned actions are deselected and added an extra clone for action after cloning a condition and action products.
CMS-705Only one success message appears after adding the condition twice, 
CMS-706When performing repeat inclusion, an error message is not displayed after deleting the action from the mini cart.
CMS-707When configuring Repeat Inclusion, the error message displayed for the prompt is disappeared.
CPQ-44694The price factor (Bundle Only) adjustment is not supported.
CPQ-44665Line item formula fields dependent on Salesforce default value fields should be added under view cart custom fields and custom pricing fields in config system properties.
CPQ-44599Promotions with "Contains" operator in criteria does not work.
CPQ-44767Line Items are not shown on the cart page when it is added with the filter condition.
CPQ-44671Line item objects do not get updated in backend after reprice. Set APTS_AlwaysSaveAfterTurboPrice admin setting to true to see the expected behavior.
CPQ-43929 User needs to reprice if products are added from inclusion prompt.
CPQ-44773Manual adjustment on option product calculates the wrong price for another option.
CPQ-44823The user is unable to select option product quickly on the configuration page. This behavior is observed when Constraint Rule Execution Mode is set as either CMS or Server.
LS-4860When an object is added with the option "Include all fields including future fields" an index cannot be added for the object.
LS-4895Some objects in seed data are not protected (made read-only) when the option "Include all fields including future fields" is enabled.