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This section summarizes the changes that you need to be aware of when migrating your application to X-Pack 6.0.
- When X-Pack security is enabled, reports will only be accessible to the user that created them.
When X-Pack security is enabled, user authorization is controlled by the
xpack.reporting.roles.allowsetting in the
kibana.ymlwhich defaults to
['reporting_user']. Users will no longer have access to the underlying X-Pack reporting indices in Elasticsearch when assigned to the built-in
reporting_userrole. If using custom reporting roles, the privileges to the indices will need to be removed, and the role will need to be added to the
_statusfield has been renamed to
status, as underscores in field names will not be allowed.
- The built-in HTTP client used in webhooks, the http input and the http email attachment has been replaced. This results in the need to always escape all parts of an URL.
- The new built-in HTTP client also enforces a maximum request size, which defaults to 10mb.
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