Hub 4.6 – June 2022

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This release note is for the 4.6 release of Blue Prism Hub .

Enhancements

The following new features and enhancements are introduced in this version of Hub.

Area

Description of Change

Reference

Audit

 

 

 

 

The following enhancements have been made to the categories and events on the Audit page:

  • Business process category:
    • Deleted Business process – This new event captures the required audit information when a business process is deleted.
    • Reactivated business process – This event was previously called Made active business process.
  • Process definitions (only applicable if the ALM plugin is installed):
    • Deleted process definition – This new event captures the required audit information when a process definition is deleted.

    • Owner redacted process definition – This new event captures the required audit information when the process definition owner redacts the process.

  • Interact - Forms category (only applicable if the Interact plugin is installed) – This category was previously called Interact.
    • Delete form – This existing event has been updated to included the deletion of form versions 0.0 and 0.1. Deleting these versions was not previously audited.
    • Edited form – This new event captures the required audit information when a form has been edited.
    • Increase major form – This event was previously called Form increase major.

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  • Interact submissions category (only applicable if Interact is installed)
    • Form approved – Additional information is now captured in this event: the Submission id (GUID) parameter and Raised to role (role name).
    • Form declined – Additional information is now captured in this event: the Submission id (GUID) parameter and Raised to role (role name).
    • Form submitted – Additional information is now captured in this event: the Submission id (GUID) parameter and Raised to role (role name).
    • Form submitted (via API) – This new event captures the required audit information when a form has been submitted by the Interact Remote API.

 

The following audit events have been added to the Authentication management category on the Audit page:

  • Native authentication enabled/disabled

  • Windows authentication enabled/disabled
  • Active Directory users created – This audits users added from Active Directory groups.
  • Active Directory user created – This audits users added automatically to the database without any roles or users added by assigning them to roles directly in Hub.
  • Updates to Active Directory users

  • Active Directory synchronization started

  • Active Directory synchronization completed

  • Active Directory synchronization failed

  • Active Directory domain added

  • Active Directory domain deleted

  • Active Directory domain updated

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The following existing audit events have been renamed as follows:

  • Made live authentication – LDAP configuration made live
  • Edited authentication – LDAP configuration edited
  • Deleted authentication – LDAP configuration deleted
  • Authentication synced – LDAP configuration synced
  • Authentication retired – LDAP configuration retired
  • Authentication added – LDAP configuration added

The Active Directory security groups associated with a role that has been created, changed, or deleted now also display when viewing the audit log for such an event. The security group entry shows the SID (Security Identifier) and DN (Distinguished Name).

 

Authentication settings

 

 

The Authentication settings page in Hub has been updated to display all available authentication methods: native, Active Directory, and LDAP authentication. Previously, only LDAP authentication could be configured on this page.

Hub administrators can enable/disable these authentication methods as follows:

  • Native authentication is enabled by default in new environments or when upgrading Hub, however it can be disabled if there is at least one Hub administrator in the system who can sign in using LDAP or Active Directory authentication.

  • Both native and Active Directory authentication can be disabled if there is at least one Hub administrator in the system who can sign in using LDAP authentication.
  • If there are no LDAP users in the system, either native or Active Directory authentication must be enabled, and at least one Hub administrator configured to use the enabled authentication type must be kept in the system.
  • At least one LDAP connection must be added for LDAP authentication to be enabled.

The Hub administrator(s) must be able to use the currently enabled authentication type(s). A warning displays if there is no administrator configured to sign in using the currently enabled authentication type(s).

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Authentication for Active Directory users in Hub now occurs as follows:

  • Active Directory users configured in both Blue Prism and Authentication Server can now log into the Blue Prism interactive client using the Sign in using Authentication Server button on the interactive client login page. They will be directed to the Authentication Server login page where they can log in using a new Log in using Active Directory button without the need to re-enter credentials.
  • Active Directory users configured only in Authentication Server can log into Hub directly using the new Log in using Active Directory button if Active Directory authentication has been enabled in Hub.
  • Active Directory users that are not members of any Active Directory security groups or do not have any Hub roles assigned directly can still log into Hub but will be presented with a blank welcome page. This is to allow users who only have access to the Blue Prism interactive client to use Authentication Server as an authentication mechanism without accessing Hub.

LDAP users will still be prompted to re-enter their credentials.

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Role management of Active Directory users in Hub is carried out by enabling at least one of the following options on the Authentication settings page:

  • Allow authorization via Active Directory security group membership – One or more Active Directory security groups can be added to a Hub role. Users who are members of these security groups are automatically added to the Hub role.
  • Allow Active Directory users to be added directly to roles – One or more Active Directory users can be directly assigned to a Hub role.

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Active Directory domains

Hub administrators can now view, add, edit, and delete Active Directory domains and associated credentials securely stored in the Authentication Server database via a new Active Directory domains page, accessible by clicking View domains on the Authentication settings page.

Credentials are stored in the database when creating or editing an Active Directory domain. The username and password are encrypted before storage.

For more information, see Active Directory domains.

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When searching Active Directory for users or security groups from within Hub, the credentials stored against the domain in the Authentication Server database are used. If no stored credentials are found, queries that require additional authentication will be executed under the context of the Windows account running the Authentication Server application pool in IIS.

The credentials stored against Active Directory domains in the Authentication Server database are used during the authentication of Active Directory users from those domains, to enable reading from the appropriate domain controller.

The stored credentials are used in the following scenarios:

  • Hub – Active Directory users from a forest that is trusted by the forest of the Windows account running the Authentication Server application pool in IIS can now log into Hub via Authentication Server.
  • Interact – Active Directory users from a forest that is trusted by the forest of the Windows account running the Authentication Server application pool in IIS, and who are members of Active Directory security groups assigned to Hub roles can now access the Interact application and plugin.
  • Hub Control Room – Active Directory users from a forest that is trusted by the forest of the Windows account running the Authentication Server application pool in IIS, and who are members of Active Directory security groups assigned to Hub and Blue Prism roles can now access the browser-based Control Room.

Additional configuration is required in Blue Prism, please refer to the Blue Prism 7.1 release notes ( BP-6577).

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Environment Manager

 

A new Edit button has been added to the database tiles on the Environment Manager page in Settings. This opens the Edit connection page. The connection information that can be edited is limited to the new API configuration section.

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Users can now add API URLs to database connection configurations on the Environment Manager page. This is optional and allows users to access data via the Blue Prism API.

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High Availability

The High Availability scripts have been updated for 4.6. They are available to download from the Blue Prism Portal.

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Installer and upgrader

 

 

The Blue Prism API screen has been removed from the installer due to these settings being moved to the Environments screen in Hub.

HUB-3011

An enhancement has been made to apply the IIS feature Windows Authentication to the Authentication Server. If this feature is not already installed, it will be installed by the MSI.

HUB-1651

HUB-1918

When the Hub installer or upgrader is run in Chinese, all of the screen titles now display correctly. Previously, some of the screen titles were truncated.

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Roles and permissions

If Active Directory authentication is enabled in Hub, administrators can now assign one or more Active Directory security groups to a role in Hub by retrieving security groups from the Active Directory. One or more users or security groups can be assigned to the same role.

Active Directory users who have been assigned a Hub or Interact role from a security group, but do not have any direct roles assigned in Hub, are automatically assigned the Hub and Interact roles and their associated permissions.

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User interface

 

The following design improvements have been made to the user interface:

  • All pages in Hub now display a consistent title.
  • Check boxes in grids have been replaced with icons.
  • Rows per page selection now displays at the bottom of grids.
  • When entering text into a text field, the number of remaining characters allowed displays under the text field.

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The following changes have been made to the search field and filters in the following areas:

  • A Username label has been added above the search field on the Users, Registrations, and LDAP> Configure user access and roles pages.
  • A Role name label has been added above the search field on the Roles and permissions page.
  • A Full name filter has been added to the filter drawer on the Users and Registrations pages.

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Users

 

 

A new Authentication type field has been added to the Add user page in Hub. The available options for selection are Native authentication and Windows authentication. This field only displays if both native and Windows authentication have been configured in a Hub environment.

If Active Directory authentication has been enabled in Hub, administrators can add Active Directory users by selecting Windows authentication in the Authentication type field and searching the Active Directory. For more details, see Users.

The validation for Hub users has also been updated as follows:

  • Usernames for Active Directory users (their UPN) can now contain up to 255 characters and support the following characters: {, @, }.
  • Usernames for native users cannot exceed 25 characters in length and do not support the @ character.
  • First names for all user types can be up to 28 characters in length.

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A new Synchronize user option available for each Active Directory user record allows Hub administrators to synchronize a user's details with Active Directory. The following user details are updated: UPN, username, full name, email address, and status (active, deleted, or disabled).

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The option to retire or unretire a user in Hub is not available for Active Directory users using Windows authentication as this is carried out in Active Directory. An Active Directory user account is updated in Hub to reflect this once synchronization with Active Directory has occurred.

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Fixes and improvements

The following fixes and minor improvements are included in this version of Hub.

Area

Description of Change

Reference

Authentication Server

Hub users are now prevented from accessing the Control Room plugin if the User login via Authentication Server option on the Security - Sign-on Settings screen in the Blue Prism interactive client has not been selected.

  • Automatic synchronization of user accounts between Authentication Server and the Blue Prism application server still requires user authentication via Authentication Server to be enabled, whereas service accounts are still synchronized even when user authentication via Authentication Server has not been enabled.
  • Previously, the synchronization would incorrectly not occur if Authentication Server was not enabled in Blue Prism

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When an Active Directory user that has logged into Hub using Authentication Server requires a new access token, the OAuth 2.0 refresh token mechanism is used to generate a new valid access token, which will be automatically applied to that account. Any changes to permissions made while the access token is being refreshed (by default, five minutes) are now reflected when the new access token is applied to the account.

If a user account is retired or deleted while the access token is being refreshed, the user will not be issued a new access token on refresh, and will no longer be able to access Hub.

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If login failures or performance issues are encountered during the login process via Active Directory, system administrators can manually configure trusted Active Directory domains that will be queried during the login process. If at least one Active Directory domain is manually configured, these settings will be used during the login process to query only the configured domain(s), rather than programmatically identifying which domains can be queried.

The manual configuration requires adding the Active Directory domain name, forest name, and security identifier (SID) in the Authentication Server appsettings.json file for each required domain. For more information, see the Authentication Server configuration guide.

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To improve performance during login, the behavior of the cache that stores the discovered Active Directory domains can be configured by setting a refresh interval and a maximum cache duration in the Authentication Server appsettings.json file. For more information, see the Authentication Server configuration guide.

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Email

Images are now correctly displayed in emails sent from Hub through Gmail. Previously, images such as logos were not displaying in emails sent through the Gmail service. Emails sent through Outlook were not affected.

HUB-813

Installer

 

Hub now installs correctly when duplicate certificates (multiple certificates with the same thumbprint) are present. Previously, the install would fail.

HUB-2205

SQL users can now be created with a double quote (") symbol in the password. Previously, this would cause the installation fail.

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LDAP

When a Hub administrator synchronizes an LDAP connection in Settings > Authentication settings > LDAP for the first time after logging into Hub, the Theme filter on the Configure user access and roles page now correctly lists the available themes. This resolves the known issue present in Hub 4.5, where the available themes were not displayed.

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Roles and permissions

When a Blue Prism user is mapped to the Authentication Server database, basic Hub permissions are now granted to the user so they have access to the Dashboard and Profile settings pages when they log into Hub for the first time.

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Service accounts

 

It is now possible to create a new service account with the same name as a deleted one. Previously, the service account creation failed and an error message displayed.

HUB-1771

When a user clicks the Copy to clipboard icon to copy the secret of a service account to the dashboard, a message now confirms that the secret has been copied.

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Plugin updates

Automated Lifecycle Management (ALM)

The following improvements and fixes are included in this version of the ALM plugin.

Area

Description of Change

Reference

Process definitions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When deleting versions of a process definition, the latest version is now always deleted first. Previously, the version created first was deleted before the latest version, and an error displayed.

HUB-2061

Members of a process definition now receive a notification when that process definition is deleted by another user, informing them of the name of the process definition and the username of the person who deleted it.

HUB-988

It is now possible to create a new template with the same name as a deleted one. Previously, the template creation failed and an error message displayed.

HUB-2041

Hub users can now delete templates in the following circumstances:

  • The template is not used in a process definition or exception.
  • The template is not locked by another user.

HUB-1569

When a Capture JSON file is imported into Process definitions, an Else choice is automatically added to the list of choices for each decision point, as an alternative option to the choices that were created in Capture. The Else choice is imported with a default route of TBC.The Else choice can be edited in the Edit definition page with options to either route to a step or to act as an exception. Else choices cannot be deleted, and will not be added if the decision point already contains 15 choices.

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Exceptions

 

When deleting versions of an exception, the latest version is now always deleted first. Previously, the version created first was deleted before the latest version, and an error displayed.

HUB-2061

Hub users can now delete exceptions in the following circumstances:

  • The exception is not used in a process definition, a template, or another exception.
  • The exception is not locked by another user.

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Business processes

 

Members of a business process now receive a notification when that process is deleted by another user, informing them of the name of the deleted business process and the username of the person who deleted it.

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The Business process name column now displays data in alphabetical order.

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Miscellaneous

 

Toaster notifications now display when process definitions, business processes, exceptions, and templates are deleted.

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License validation has been removed when editing:

  • Any users (or LDAP users) with the ALM role assigned to them.
  • Any user with Hub administrator privileges.

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Wireframer

Creating actions in Wireframer is no longer case sensitive. If a user attempts to create two actions with the same name, but with different capitalization, only the first action is created and a notification displays for the second action explaining that the name is not unique. Previously, two actions were created in this scenario.

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Control Room

Area

Description of Change

Reference

Application

 

 

 

 

The Schedules and Tasks page has been replaced by two new pages:

  • Schedule Activity – Allows users to monitor the status of each environment, filter data, and create user-defined views.

  • Schedule Manager – Allows users to control, create, modify schedules, and manage activity with the help of user-defined views.

For more details, see Schedule Activity and Schedule Manager.

The Schedules Activity and Schedule Manager pages can only be accessed by users with the scheduler permissions enabled within their Blue Prism environment. Users without the correct permissions are notified, and prompted to contact their Blue Prism system administrator.

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Details on a user's role and permissions are now stored in the browser to ensure permissions checks are more efficiently performed in Control Room. The data is refreshed frequently for enhanced security and to ensure any permission changes are immediately applied.

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A breadcrumb trail has been added to all pages of Control Room, providing easier navigation between features.

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New refresh options have been added to all tables in Control Room to give users more control over the refresh rate of table data. Each page now includes the following options:

  • Auto refresh – Defines how often the table contents will automatically refresh. It is disabled by default, but can be set to every minute, five minutes, 10 minutes, or 30 minutes.

  • Refresh now – Manually refreshes the table contents. If auto refresh is enabled, using this option will reset the timer.

  • Last updated – Displays the date and time when the table was last refreshed.

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Environment selection has been added to Control Room, enabling users to change environments, and API connections, from any page in Control Room. Environments must be pre-configured in Hub's Environment Manager, with a valid API URL.

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Schedule Activity

 

The Schedule Activity page can now be filtered by schedule name and server name. Searches can be performed as exact matches, or by 'starts with'.

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Columns in the Schedule Activity table can now be sorted in ascending or descending order. The default is to show the most recent items.

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Schedule Manager

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following improvements have been made to schedule cards:

  • The card size has been reduced to offer a more compact view of schedule details.

  • Additional schedule details, such as recurrence type and expiry date, have been moved to a new View schedule details pane. Schedule cards now only include the schedule name, number of tasks, and retired status.

  • Longer schedule names are now truncated and displayed with an ellipsis (...) when overflowing from the schedule card.

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Users can now view and edit schedule details from the Schedule Manager page. This can be achieved by clicking the ellipsis ... button on the relevant schedule card and selecting View details or Edit. Users can also access the edit view from the Details section by selecting the Edit icon in the top of the pane.

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Schedules can now be deleted by clicking the ellipsis (...) button on the relevant schedule and selecting Delete. This option only displays for users with the Delete Schedule permission.

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Users can now view and edit schedule tasks by clicking the ellipsis (...) button on the relevant schedule card and selecting View tasks and sessions. Tasks can then be edited from the Tasks and sessions pane. The edit icon only displays for users with the Edit Schedule permission.

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Users can now add and edit scheduled sessions by clicking the ellipsis (...) button on the relevant schedule card and selecting View tasks and sessions. Scheduled sessions can then be added by selecting the ellipsis button on the task and clicking Add session, and edited by selecting the edit icon. The edit icon only displays for users with the Edit Schedule permission.

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Users can now configure start-up parameters when editing scheduled sessions from the Tasks and sessions pane. For improved usability, start-up parameters also include the relevant parameter type.

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Users can now delete a schedule's tasks and sessions from the Tasks and sessions pane. This is accessed by clicking the ellipsis (...) button on the relevant schedule card and selecting View tasks and sessions. The delete icon only displays for users with the Delete Schedule permission.

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Schedules can now be cloned by clicking the ellipsis (...) button on the relevant schedule, and selecting Clone. This option only displays for users with the Create Schedule and Edit Schedule permissions. When cloning a schedule, users can configure the details of the new schedule, and choose to retire the existing schedule if required and they have the relevant permissions.

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A schedule that is running can now be stopped via Schedule Manager by clicking the ellipsis (...) button on the relevant schedule, and selecting Stop. This option only displays for users with the Edit Schedule permission.

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Users can now edit the repeat configuration for schedules and define the parameters required for each recurrence type. This feature includes schedules that run once, minutely, hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, and annually.

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Users can now retire and unretire schedules via the schedule cards. This can be achieved by clicking the ellipsis (...) button on the relevant schedule and selecting Retire or Unretire. These options only display for users with the Edit Schedule, Retire Schedule, and Create Schedule permissions.

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The error message displayed when attempting to retire an already retired schedule has been improved to be clearer. Previously, the message only contained an error code.

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An issue has been resolved where duplicate validation error messages displayed when attempting to configure a schedule with an expiry time before the start time. Now, only one error message displays.

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Sessions

The Sessions table has been updated to display warnings on any sessions with the warning status. A status calculation query has been added to the table, ensuring that sessions with the warning status are correctly highlighted to users.

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The Sessions table has been re-sized to improve usability and the visual presentation of the table data.

HUB-2761

Calculation stages are now displayed as expected in session logs. Previously, calculation stages displayed fully capitalized in the Stage type column.

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Error handling has been improved when a user attempts to navigate to an invalid session log parameter. Users are now redirected to the Sessions log page and informed by a toast message that the parameter does not exist.

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Digital Worker Health

Users are now able to filter resources by retired status on the Digital Worker Health page. The default configuration is to display only unretired resources. For more details, see Digital Worker Health.

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Work Queues

The Work Queues table has been re-sized to improve usability and the visual presentation of the table data.

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Dashboard

 

The calculations used by the Monthly utilization diary have been improved to more accurately convert hours of activity and inactivity into percentages.

HUB-1721

The Utilization heatmap has been updated to introduce a more expansive color palette, with a color scale representing values from zero to 60, enabling users to more easily understand utilization data at a glance.

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Decision

The release notes for Decision are split into:

  • Decision Model Service – covering any changes to the model service. This is supplied either as a container or as an msi (from this release). The model service is a prerequisite for running the Decision plugin.
  • Decision plugin – the user interface used to generate the Decision models. This is available as a plugin in Blue Prism Hub.

Decision Model Service

Area

Description of Change

Reference

Container

The Decision container has been updated to return the version label (currently 1.1.1), which is now displayed in the Decision plugin.

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Installer

The Decision Model Service is now available as a Windows service, as well as the Docker container introduced in 4.5. The Windows service can be installed using the Decision Model Service MSI available on the Blue Prism Portal.

For more information, see the Decision install guide.

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Decision Plugin

Area

Description of Change

Reference

Define, Train and Calibrate

The model accuracy now displays on the Teach tab of the Train page. This value will change as each new sample is created and the model is trained.

DCN-660

The samples that are used on the Ask tab of the Calibrate page are now in a collapsed section. To see the samples or rules used by the prediction, the user can click on the Show references used link to expand the section.

DCN-587

A message now displays if samples are created for all possible combinations informing the user that no more samples are required.

DCN-274

The Weight column is no longer displayed on the Ask tab of the Calibrate page as this column was redundant.

DCN-711

The numerical combo-box and slider fields have been changed to a numerical field. Users can now enter numbers directly into the field. In addition, the validation messages have been updated.

The updates impact the :

  • The Rules tab, Initialize tab and the Teach tab on the Train page.
  • The Ask tab on the Calibrate page.

This resolves a previous known issue.

DCN-485

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Export and Import

Decision now supports the import and export of models. This new functionality enables models to be easily transferred between development and production environments. The models include all the information that is needed to run them, including the variables, the training, and the calibration, along with the version number of the model service used. Exported models are encrypted using base64.

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Library

The following enhancements have been made to the Decision Library page:

  • Filters have been added. These can be accessed by clicking the Filter icon and enable users to filter models by identification number, name, or a date range for when models were created or edited.
  • The inline icons have been removed from the individual model rows and now display along the top of the Library page, with new icons for new functionality. A check box has been added to each row in the Selected column instead. This enables users to carry out an action on multiple models at the same time.
  • Users can now delete multiple models at the same time by using the Selected check box and clicking Delete.
  • The Use count column has been renamed to Total predictions.
  • The version of the model service that was used to create the model is now displayed. Users can update their models to use the latest model service.

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Prediction history

The prediction history has been enhanced:

  • Information now displays in the main screen in place of the Library and not on an overlay screen.
  • Filters have been added. These can be accessed by clicking the Filter icon and enable users to filter the prediction history by correlation ID, model result, and time stamp.

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DCN-346

User Interface

The following overall improvements have been made to the user interface:

  • The plugin name is now displayed as Decision rather than Blue Prism Decision, and this is also reflected in the path shown at the top of each page.
  • Label changes have been made to be more intuitive or more accurately reflect the functionality shown.
  • Helpful tooltips have been added. Where available, these are shown by a question mark ? icon. When a user clicks the ?, further information is shown.

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For more information, see the Decision User Guide

Interact

For the Interact plugin improvements and fixes, see the Interact 4.6 release notes.

Known issues

A list of any prominent issues with this release is maintained in the knowledge base:

  • For Hub known issues, click here.
  • For Decision known issues, click here.
  • For Interact known issues, click here.

Secure development policy

As part of our secure development policy, Blue Prism products are evaluated against the following security standards:

  • OWASP Top 10 –The security vulnerabilities that pose the most risk to applications development. For more information, see the OWASP website.
  • SANS CWE Top 25 – The most common software security vulnerabilities found throughout the software development industry. For more information, see the SANS website.
  • Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Publication 140-2 – U.S. government standard that defines minimum security requirements for cryptographic modules in information technology products.
  • Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
  • Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA).

A compliance highlight summary report is available upon request via Product Support.