The use of a third-party component (/n software’s IPWorks connectivity software), which was embedded in Task Factory versions released between February 10, 2016 and May 27, 2020, was in dispute.
As part of the resolution to the licensing dispute, we must require all Task Factory users who are running Task Factory versions 2016.1.7.210 through 2020.1.4 to upgrade to Task Factory version 2020.11.1 or newer.
Once you have upgraded, please complete and submit this form to confirm you have upgraded your Task Factory installation to 2020.11.1 or newer. (By submitting the form, you acknowledge you have adequate authority to confirm such an upgrade.)
Questions about upgrading to latest version of Task Factory? Please reference the FAQ and resources provided below for more details.
The removal of the third-party component does not affect the functionality provided in the latest versions of Task Factory.
Depending on the Task Factory version you are currently running, upgrading to the latest version of Task Factory will give you the latest enhancements and bug fixes that are currently available. For more details, please check out the Task Factory release notes and system requirements.
Note: In Task Factory version 2019.4.1 (released September 24, 2019), the LinkedIn, Marketo, and Hadoop components were deprecated.
We must require all Task Factory users who are running Task Factory versions 2016.1.7.210 through 2020.1.4 to upgrade to Task Factory version 2020.11.1 or newer by Friday, November 6, 2020. Download the latest version here.
Because this is a critical upgrade, the SentryOne team will work with you to ensure the upgrade process is successfully completed. If your maintenance agreement has lapsed, we will provide you with a complimentary upgrade to the latest version of Task Factory.
If you need to take advantage of the complimentary upgrade, please contact the SentryOne Support team.
The SentryOne support team is ready to help you troubleshoot any problems you encounter during the upgrade process. Contact support today.
If you use the automated installation option, simply restart the IR (Integration Runtime) and the installer will use the latest version.
If you use the manual installation option, then you will need to confirm you are using Task Factory 2020.11.1 or newer. You can confirm your Task Factory Azure Data Factory version number in the Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer.