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We’re pleased to announce that the Microsoft Information Protection SDK version 1.9 is now generally available via NuGet and Download Center.


 


Highlights


In this release of the Microsoft Information Protection SDK, we’ve focused on quality updates, enhancing logging scenarios, and several internal updates.


 



  • Full support for CentOS 8 (native only).

  • When using custom LoggerDelegate you can now pass in a logger context. This context will be written to your log destination, enabling easier correlation and troubleshooting between your apps and services and the MIP SDK logs.

    • The following APIs support providing the logger context:

      • LoggerDelegate::WriteToLogWithContext

      • TaskDispatcherDelegate::DispatchTask or ExecuteTaskOnIndependentThread

      • FileEngine::Settings::SetLoggerContext(const std::shared_ptr<void>& loggerContext)

      • FileProfile::Settings::SetLoggerContext(const std::shared_ptr<void>& loggerContext)

      • ProtectionEngine::Settings::SetLoggerContext(const std::shared_ptr<void>& loggerContext)

      • ProtectionProfile::Settings::SetLoggerContext(const std::shared_ptr<void>& loggerContext)

      • PolicyEngine::Settings::SetLoggerContext(const std::shared_ptr<void>& loggerContext)

      • PolicyProfile::Settings::SetLoggerContext(const std::shared_ptr<void>& loggerContext)

      • FileHandler::IsProtected()

      • FileHandler::IsLabeledOrProtected()

      • FileHanlder::GetSerializedPublishingLicense()

      • PolicyHandler::IsLabeled()






 


Bug Fixes



  • Fixed a memory leak when calling mip::FileHandler::IsLabeledOrProtected().

  • Fixed a bug where failure in FileHandler::InspectAsync() called incorrect observer.

  • Fixed a bug where SDK attempted to apply co-authoring label format to Office formats that don’t support co-authoring (DOC, PPT, XLS).

  • Fixed a crash in the .NET wrapper related to FileEngine disposal. Native PolicyEngine object remained present for some period and would attempt a policy refresh, resulting in a crash.

  • Fixed a bug where the SDK would ignore labels applied by older versions of AIP due to missing SiteID property.


For a full list of changes to the SDK, please review our change log.


 



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