This section contains enhancements in Infor Birst, release version 2022.02.0X.

View a Merge List in Orchestration (PRONTO-12063)

Added the ability to view the Merge List of a workflow from within Orchestration. Previously, users could only view the Merge List from within Compare but users could not view the list from within Orchestration where the workflow would be run. This created the scenario where a user might not know what objects were in the list when they wanted to run the workflow. Now, a user can click on a merge workflow from the Workflows list in Orchestration to display the Merge List panel on the right of the screen.

Note: For non-merge workflows, the Merge List panel does not display.

Merge Recovery (PRONTO-12464)

Added Merge Recovery functionality that allows users to recover and revert their space back to its state before they ran a merge workflow. The application saves a backup of the target space when a merge workflow is run and stores the space backup for up to 10 workflow runs. Users can then recover a backup of the space and restore it to before the workflow was run. Merge Recovery can be run from Orchestration and Monitoring. Additionally, a Merge section has been added to the Jobs table in Monitoring to view the merge jobs that have been run for a space.

Note: A merge recovery is a full restore of the repository. When a user reverts a space back to before a workflow was run, any model changes that were implemented after the original merge workflow but before the merge recovery is lost. For example, if a merge is run on a Monday, model changes occur on Tuesday, and then the space is recovered to before Monday, anything done on Tuesday is lost.

Compare Response grid (PRONTO-12407)

Now when a user navigates to Compare Response, the individual Compare results are collapsed in the grid by default. Each object row can be expanded to view more details.

Dependency Check on Second and Third Level Hierarchy (PRONTO-12394)

Users with complex models can now run dependency analysis checks at a second or third level of a hierarchy in Compare & Merge, ensuring that users can identify all the dependencies. Previously, the application performed a dependency analysis for a single level. With this enhancement, users can now run a second and third level dependency analysis check on each object returned as a dependency.