Last Updated on February 8, 2018
This upgrade include significant changes to the Caspio account login process in order to improve the user experience and security of your Caspio account.
Prior to the release, account admins will receive an email notification containing the specific impact to their account users, along with the estimated maintenance period for this upgrade. This major release will be scheduled over a weekend in order to minimize the impact to your deployed applications.
The following is a list of product areas and functions that will be affected.
Changes to Caspio Account Login
|Change Area||Caspio Administrative Interface|
|Impact area||Account Login|
Starting in version 11.0, all users will log into their Caspio account using their email address instead of the “Account ID” and username.
All users with no email address, a duplicate email, or in pending status will be removed.
Please verify that each user of your account has a valid and current email address:
Access to Caspio Portals
|Change Area||Caspio Support and Map Mashup Portals|
|Impact area||Admin Account Access|
Accessing Caspio Support and Map Mashup portals will require the email address of the user. Follow the steps above to ensure your account users have valid and current email addresses.
Please note that after the upgrade, each user must verify their email address the first time they log in to their account. Access to portals will only be possible after the account is verified.
Caspio Integration with Zapier
|Change Area||Zapier Profile Creation|
|Impact area||Connecting a New Zap|
Connecting a new Zap to your Caspio account will now require you to login using your email address instead of “Account ID”.
Follow the steps above to ensure your account users have valid and current email addresses. The account user must have logged into their account at least once and verified their email address before they can create a new Zap.
Caspio IP Addresses
|Change Area||Caspio IP Addresses|
|Impact area||New IP Addresses for Notification Emails and Scheduled Tasks|
Caspio’s infrastructure will be upgraded to improve security and will require new IP addresses for Caspio notification emails and scheduled tasks (DataHub).
Clients who have previously whitelisted Caspio’s IP addresses should add the new IP addresses now and remove the previous IP addresses after the release: