GCRS release notes

Use these release notes to review improvements and new features in each version of Google Calendar Resource Sync (GCRS).

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Release notes for 1.1.3

December 11, 2020

What's new

Updated the UI to refer to Google Workspace instead of G Suite.

Release notes for 1.1.2

January 23, 2018

What's fixed

Fixed a bug in the GCRS parser that could cause Google events to fail to appear in Notes following a synchronization cycle.

Release notes for 1.1.1

November 21, 2017

What's fixed

Fixed bug that caused the sync process to fail if the Purpose field of the Notes event contains rich text.

Release notes for 1.1.0

July 27, 2017

What's new

Implemented additional level of logging to debug API issues.

Release notes for 1.0.9

June 20, 2017

What's new

Minor UI improvements.

What's fixed
  • OAuth token expiry interval is no longer hard coded to one hour. Lifetime is now extracted from the JSON response when a token is requested.
  • Notes error codes exported from connector log database are now visible in output file.

Release notes for 1.0.8

May 12, 2017

What's new
  • GCRS now supports a Service Account for authorizing requests.
  • Version number is now reported in the GCRS log.
What's fixed

GCRS now warns the user during product authorization if the log template is missing from the GCRS server.

Release notes for 1.0.7

November 28, 2016

What's new
  • It is now possible to run multiple instances of the connector on a single Domino server.
  • Improved performance by adding support for view lookups to match events from Google to Notes.
What's fixed

Events that were synchronized by GCRS and that were also migrated by GAMIN and GSMIN, were duplicating on resource calendars. These are now not duplicated.

Release notes for 1.0.4

October 5, 2016

What's new

Updated logos and text to match G Suite naming.

Google, Google Workspace, and related marks and logos are trademarks of Google LLC. All other company and product names are trademarks of the companies with which they are associated.

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