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35 Release Notes
Submit workflow using URL
Cromwell now allows for a user to submit the URL pointing to workflow file to run a workflow.
More details on how to use it in:
- Added an opt-in namespace cache for the WDL Draft 2 language factory. Please see the Cromwell example configuration for details. NOTE: if upgrading from a hotfix version of Cromwell
that relied upon this cache, the cache is now opt-in and must be turned on explicitly in config.
- To maintain conformance with the OpenWDL spec, Cromwell drops support for the
version draft-3identifier in this release. In the rare case where end users may have been using
version 1.0is a drop-in replacement with no effect on functionality.
HTTP Workflow Inputs for Shared File System and Google Pipelines API Version 2 Backends
https workflow inputs are now supported for shared filesystem and Google Pipelines API (PAPI) version 2
backends. Configuration details are described here.
Call cache hint support
More efficient cache hit copying in multi-user environments is now supported through the
call_cache_hit_path_prefixes workflow option.
Extra configuration options
dockerRoot can now be set in a backend configuration.
This will set the execution folder in the container (default:
releaseHoldendpoint will now return
404 Not Foundfor an unrecognized workflow ID and
400 Bad Requestfor a malformed or invalid workflow ID.
- Fixed a bug that allowed values to be "auto-boxed" into a single-element
Arrayof that type, which is not allowed in the WDL spec (Closes #3478).
PAPI version 1
- Restored standard output and error streaming for jobs.