Since July 2018, Myst Software have been providing downloads of future release candidates.
Release candidates are great for exploring and providing feedback on upcoming features.
If you have previously installed MyST you can simply auto-upgrade by running
Step 1: Run the MyST Installer
java -jar fc-installer-[version].jar
Step 2: After running the installer, MyST can be started with
Step 3: By default, the MyST Studio console is accessible from
A stable release can be auto-upgraded to a newer stable release or a newer release candidate.
Similarly, an edge release can be upgraded to a newer release candidate or even a newer stable release.
Irregardless of release type the upgrade process is always the same.
To allow for a seamless downgrade, always be sure to keep a copy of the backup file created during upgrade execution.
Any release (stable or edge) can be simply reverted to a previously installed version in two steps
Step 1: Retag the old version
Step 2: Switch to the database backup that was auto-created during the prior upgrade
Hotfix for OSB preserving operational and global settings (default is now overwrite) and Axway 7.7 fixes.
November 13, 2020
Stable release with major performance improvements, security enhancements, new features for operational support, and bug fixes.
September 24, 2020
Hotfixed a regression where product parameters (eg. a port) would be overridden
September 3, 2020
Fixed a long-standing bug with 10+ compute nodes amongst other minor improvements
August 26, 2020
Improvements, bug fixes, AppDynamics, centralized logging, Jenkins Myst plugin updates, and more.
August 6, 2020
Fixed KeyError with core.product[rcu].param[honor-omf] during terminate action.
May 25, 2020