This release notes provides a summary of new features, enhancements, and resolved issues in the Zuora Quotes Release 6.60 (Q4 2015) and its patch releases.
To use the 6.60 release of Zuora Quotes, you must:
There is no other upgrade task required for this release.
The 6.60 release includes the following feature and other internal fixes.
Starting in the November 2015 release, you can specify a Charge End Date in Zuora for new Subscriptions and New Product Amendments. Now the same functionality is available in Zuora Quotes. You can specify Charge End Date for New Subscription quotes and Amendment quotes when adding a charge to a quote. When the quote is sent to Z-Billing, the Charge End Date value is used to populate the corresponding field in the subscription charge, and the value is synchronized back to Salesforce by Zuora 360.
The following fields were added to the Quote Rate Plan Charge object:
Add the new fields to the Display Charge Fields field set on the Quote Rate Plan Charge object to display the fields in the Product Selector and allow users to update the field values during quoting flow.
See RatePlanCharge for detail about the above new fields.
Starting in December 2015, we will no longer support the following versions of Zuora Quotes and Zuora 360:
Refer to Zuora for Salesforce End of Support Policy for detail.
The 6.61 release includes the following resolved issues and other internal fixes.
When you execute the Quote Charge migration script against a large number of quotes, you could run into a Salesforce governor limit and receive one of the following errors:
setQueryRowLimit, is available in the migration script to allow you to set the number of charges to process in batches. In Salesforce Developer Console, execute the modified Apex migration code as below:
zqu.ZuoraQuotesUpgradeConversion6_51 zuc =
ID batchprocessid = Database.executeBatch(zuc);
If you still receive the same error, pass in a smaller batch size to the
setQueryRowLimit until you no longer receive the "Too many Query Rows" message when running the script.