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Infor OS CE September 2019: Updates to Infor ION, Portal and Document Management

September 10, 2019

This week marks the following new feature roll-out to users of Infor OS Cloud Edition (CE).


Infor ION

  • Data Lake:
    • Compass: Compass is a new Infor ION Desk Data Lake application that enables you to write and run queries over the newline-delimited JSON and DSV data objects stored in Data Lake.
    • Compass APIs: Compass APIs are a new set of Data Lake API methods that enable you to connect your client and run SQL queries to retrieve data from the newline-delimited JSON and DSV data objects stored in Data Lake.
  • Scripting:
    • Data Flow Support: Scripting is a new component for code execution as part of Infor ION, used as a supporting activity in data flows.
    • Tracing and Troubleshooting: The Scripting type component is now supported in OneView for tracing and troubleshooting.
    • Scripting GIF
  • Data Catalog:
    • API: A new API is added to the Data Catalog endpoint in ION API that provides a way for adopters to retrieve a list of objects that have been created or deleted since a given time stamp.
  • ION Connect:
    • Reply Messages: You can now model data flow for reply messages.
  • ION Process:
    • Inbox: The Inbox application is enabled for use with Infor Go.
    • Start Workflows Widget: A new Start Workflows widget is available for use in starting workflows, reviewing their status, and optionally canceling them.
  • OneView:
    • Retrieved from Data Lake filter: A new Retrieved from Data Lake filter is available. When you retrieve documents based on a schedule in a data lake flow, the retrieval dates and times are stored.
    • Purging Data: You can now purge corrupted data objects from the data lake either through an API or from the web interface. 
  • Mapper:
    • Response BODs: You can now select and transform Response BODs, such as Acknowledge and Show BODs

Infor Portal

  • Portal:
    • Administration settings: An administrator can set an email disclaimer in an email notification.
    • Google Chrome: Text is added to the login page to indicate that Infor OS is optimized for Chrome.
  • Infor Federation Services:
    • MFA login: Support is added for DUO with MFA login.
    • Service Provider: You can now add custom claims for a SAML service provider.
  • Infor Chat:
    • Drillback: When you drill back to a specific message, Infor Chat highlights the keyword or message in the feed to draw attention to the target area.
    • Global Search: You can now search across all Chat content without having to leave the Chat application
  • Coleman Digital Assistant:
    • Validation: To ensure compatibility with the Chain Skill response action, validation is added so that every skill must have at least one utterance that does not reference a requirement.
    • Custom requirement types: Advanced users and Coleman administrators can now add custom multiple- choice requirement types to prompt the user with a limited set of responses.
    • Chain Skill action: The Chain Skill action is added to the Requirement Fulfillment response overlay.
  • Infor Go:
    • Tenant details: The Infor Go application now enables you to access the details of the tenant into which you are logged.

Infor Document Management

  • Document Detail View:
    • You can now preview a document within the document detail view.

A similar set of features will be available in the 12.0.37 Infor OS release for on-premise customers. A full list of new features, bugs fixed, and other documentation can be found on Infor Xtreme.  Learn more about Infor OS here or contact us anytime.

Don’t see a feature you want?  Log into Infor Xtreme and click on Resources > Enhancement Requests.  You can enter your own and vote for others.

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