Most of those who celebrate either Christmas or one of the other end-of-year religious festivals may be focused right now on spending time with family, but in the Oracle Intelligent Advisor team the workers never seems to sleep. So 23D – and even 23DMU1 – has been pushed out of the door in the recent weeks. Here’s whats new.
Here is a round up of some of the clever and useful things that have made it into this release.
Decision Services get a Data tab
Now you can view the data structure of your Decision Service while creating rules. This is a great addition to Whats New.
Interview Extensions get access to authorization tokens
You have an interview in a secure Workspace with an external identity provider like Oracle Identity Cloud? Now your extensions can have access to that – for example to check to see if a user is authorized before executing some code or calling a REST API.
Question Label Position in Redwood
Now you can change where the label is displayed in Redwood interview.s. Great if you have lots of text to display.
There is more of course, and you can read the online documentation here. Want to go back in time and see at a glance what has been added since Version 12 – our own take on the Whats New timeline is available here. 2024 promises to be a fantastic year, as the rumour mill is already ripe with some very interesting features due to hit the shelves in early 2024 – both for traditional and for next generation work. The continued commitment of Oracle to both the development of the existing Word / Excel / Oracle Policy Modelng framework and the next generation platform means that customers can really be confident in how they plan their next decades with the product.