Calgary Release Notes
The Calgary release provides enhancements that accelerate IT responsiveness and innovation and drive enterprise visibility and standardization.
- Enhancements: view new features and notable changes.
- Fixes: see fixes included in the initial Calgary release.
- Available Versions: browse fixes in all versions within this family.
- Submit Feedback: provide feedback on documentation.
You can also download all Calgary release notes pages as a PDF.
Ensure that CMDB data is accurate. Define criteria, create filters, and use schedules to drive data validation. Supports notifications and escalations.
Helps you manage requests and purchase orders. Features include creating purchase orders and purchase order lines, creating receiving slips and receiving slip lines, and sourcing requests using transfer orders and purchase orders.
New features include relating assets to contracts, terms and conditions, adjusting contracts, generating expense lines for contracts, logging contract history, and using rate cards with contracts.
Provides skills and location driven work assignment. Offers seamless process flow from incident and other tasks.
New iPad interface supports nearly full-product functionality with a user-friendly interface.
Allows users with the report_admin role to create header and footer templates. Allows reporting users to apply header and footer templates to exported PDFs.
Allows users to evaluate equality between field values using the condition builder.
Improves performance and replaces the text index reaper with a new text index structure.
Streamlines custom application creation by making it easier to create tables, linking code changes to applications, and publishing finished applications to update sets.
Simplifies and consolidates table creation and editing into one convenient location and uses a standardized user interface.
Improved representation and navigation of tables and relationship types. Ability to view table columns, navigate to table data and dictionary entries, and print the schema map.
Eliminates the need to make Java Packages calls from your scripts. Includes Packages Call Removal Tool to migrate custom code.
New application enables the provisioning and management of private (VMware) and public (Amazon EC2) virtual machines in a single application that is fully integrated with ServiceNow.
New validation tool enables workflow designers to run validation tests on their models prior to publication and to detect potential problems in update sets containing separate workflow elements.
Discovery now creates CMDB records for the Hyper-V server, including the host machine, running virtual machines, stored templates, and component relationships.
To mitigate performance issues during large discoveries, resource throttling controls the interval between Discovery sensor processing jobs so that no two sensors are processed simultaneously.
The Calgary family includes these patches and hotfixes. For more information about the ServiceNow release cycle, see Upgrades and the Release Cycle. For more information about how to upgrade your instance, see Requesting an Upgrade.
Feedback is encouraged and helps us improve our documentation. Please click the Feedback tab at the top of this page to leave a comment about the release notes.