The new release of Bosch IoT Manager, part of Bosch IoT Device Management, comes with the following improvements:
Added APIs for listing and filtering Vorto models
The Java and REST APIs of Bosch IoT Manager now offer a new API for working with Vorto models. With the new methods you can list, sort and filter different types of Vorto models, such as function blocks, information models and data types.
Here is a list of the new REST API methods:
Added support for private Vorto repositories
Formerly, your Bosch IoT Device Management subscription was able to use only Vorto models which were stored in the public GitHub Vorto repository. Now in addition to that, it can also retrieve Vorto models from private Vorto repositories. You can configure access to your private Vorto repository for each service subscription by providing a path and a token. The private Vorto repository should follow the same directory structure as that of the public repository. Check how to grant read access rights to your private Vorto repository here.
The new standalone dependency.pom, part of Bosch IoT Manager's libraries, introduces security updates that fix the vulnerability reported recently by CERT (CVE-2021-44228).
Using previous dependencies might refer to older library versions, where this risk is still valid.
For this reason, we highly recommend switching to the libraries coming with this Bosch IoT Manager release.