The list of known open and resolved issues in 8.6 are shown below. This list will be changing dynamically as new ones are opened and old ones are quashed. Looking for 9.x issues? - see here.
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Lasso crashes and fails to automatically restart on Cent OS 5.
This can prevent emails from being sent from Lasso, which might not immediately be noticed.
The email queue grows exceedingly large, without notification.
Lasso uses up all available memory on the server and never releases it.
The JDBC connector does not escape quotes within SQL statements which could lead to SQL injection. Also, binary data is not automatically handled.
Windows Installers for newer versions of Windows and IIS need to be updated and released.
Inlines -host & double byte characters issues need to be resolved.
SQL Queries do not release fast enough.
Due to a limitation in the used libraries, a Unicode error is observed.
Tags need to be updated and rolled into Lasso.
Memory bug in versions 8.5.6b1 and 8.5.6 final, where the lasso8 service process is taking 1.15 GB of RAM, as found in the console log.
IIS will periodically return IIS Malformed Header error if the content length of a page is a certain size.
Generic (cause unknown) site crashing error message.
When Lasso consumes a lot of memory (like a runaway thread) it can't make more sessions.
Fail inside a handle tag should pass the error outside of a surrounding protect block. Only works in some cases.
When using loop_continue in a certain context, Lasso crashes.
Contrary to event queue settings, scheduled events continue to run repeatedly until .lasso file is renamed or deleted.
The [Include_URL] tag should set the current error to 0 on each successful tag call, and the HTTP response code should be reported.
Incorrect mail header enoding for subjects containing UTF-8 text.
Filemaker error do not display in error_msg
Users can experience a namespace resolution issue if a mixed custom tag is created using both _ and -namespace in the definition.
The SMTP queue fails with an error when a recipient mistakenly contains an extended character.
Depending on where -encoding is used, the pdf tags incorrectly handle foreign language characters by either converting them to white space or omitting them completely.
Uploading and manipulating .TIF images causes Lasso to crash.
The [Server_Port] is always reported as 80 on Linux, even when pages are served through HTTPS.