Target release notes (prerelease)
These release notes provide information about features, enhancements, and fixes for the latest or upcoming Adobe Target releases.
Last Updated: July 31, 2019
These release notes contain prerelease information. Release dates, features, and other information are subject to change without notice. To view information about the current release, see Target Release Notes . The information on these pages might be the same or it might differ, depending on the timing of releases.
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July 31, 2019
Enterprise Permissions allows Target customers to use a single organization, but divide it into workspaces for different teams or workflows. The Enterprise Permissions feature facilitates effective scaling of optimization programs across teams. Although this feature was available in the Target UI, the Admin APIs lacked the corresponding support until the Target February 2019 release. Adobe updated the Admin APIs so that you can use the integration account to access all workspaces created in your organization. So, while earlier, Admin APIs were restricted to the default workspace, the February 2019 update granted access to all workspaces with Approver access.
With the upcoming Target September 2019 release, Enterprise Permissions will provide customers with the following access controls:
- You can choose the workspaces to which the integration can be applied
- You can apply a role to the Adobe I/O integration: Approver, Editor, or Observer.
Action Required : Customers who are currently leveraging APIs for CRUD operations on resources (activities, audiences, offers, and reporting) across all workspaces need to grant their existing Adobe I/O integration access to all workspaces with the desired role. Prior to the September release, all integrations operated using Approver access, regardless of the role selected from the Product Role drop-down list. With the upcoming release, you can now select the desired role.
This action should be performed during the month of August 2019 . After the Target September 2019 release, the access controls will activate and you will observe access to just the default workspace if that's how you are currently set up. There is no adverse consequence to setting up integration roles in advance.
For step-by-step instructions and more information, see Grant Adobe I/O integrations access to workspaces and assign roles .
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