I’ll start with the good stuff. Starting with Jakarta, SNI is supported! If you need to enable it, create a system property named glide.outbound.tls_sni.enabled and set the value to true. After you set this property, it make take up to 30 seconds for the change to take effect. If you’re using a MID server, create a MID server property with the same name and restart the MID Server. If you don’t know what SNI is, don’t worry, you’re not alone.
If you’ve used ServiceNow for a bit then you are probably familiar with using Dot-walking to access data on related records. In case you are new to the concept here is the definition and a link to product documentation. From the product docs: Dot-walking in ServiceNow provides access to fields on related tables from a form, list, or script. If the current table contains a reference to another table, any field on the referenced table can be accessed using dot-walking.