Xena Series Release Notes


Upgrade Notes

  • The default configuration file has been updated and now includes the required parameters to use the new policy-in-code feature in Horizon. Because of this change, the defualt policy.json is no longer included in this repo but replaced with policy.yaml. Please refer to the release note and documentation of Horizon to find details about this feature.


Upgrade Notes

  • Python 2.7 support has been dropped. Last release of heat-dashboard to support Python 2.7 is OpenStack Train. The minimum version of Python now supported by heat-dashboard is Python 3.6.


Upgrade Notes

  • If you need to update your queens heat-dashboard to rocky, you must copy the latest enabled file (_1650_project_template_generator_panel.py) to horizon/openstack_dashboard/enabled directory again. The enabled file for template generator has been changed a lot in rocky and it does not have compatibility with queens heat-dashboard. The background of this change is that SCSS and xstatic modules are started to be used rather than CSS and embedded JavaScript copies to follow Horizon’s contribution rule. [bug 1753919] [bug 1755140] [bug 1755308]



Heat support in OpenStack Dashboard is now split into a separated python package.

New Features

  • Heat support in OpenStack Dashboard is now split into a separete package heat-dashboard. You need to install heat-dashboard after upgrading OpenStack Dashboard to Queens release and add enabled file for Heat Dashboard. For detail information, see https://docs.openstack.org/heat-dashboard/latest/.

  • A panel for Template Generator is newly added. There is not specific installation process. After installing heat-dashboard, this panel will be displayed along with Stacks, Resource Types and Template Versions.