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What’s New with Progress Corticon?

What’s New with Progress Corticon?

July 30, 2013 0 Comments

Screen Shot 2013-07-30 at 8.51.15 AMYou may know that at its core Progress Corticon BRMS ensures optimal decision-making processes with minimal risk by easing and accelerating the management of decision-making logic.  But did you know that this week we released the Progress Corticon 5.3.2 service pack– giving customers improved data integration, full integration with Progress OpenEdge and overall performance optimization?

Progress OpenEdge is our complete development platform for building dynamic multi-language applications for secure deployment across any platform, any mobile device, and any Cloud. This release of Corticon introduces its integration with OpenEdge, empowering you to build an integrated solution that incorporates OpenEdge BPM and Corticon BRMS. These complementary technologies in a single application development platform enable you to use OpenEdge ABL data structures (such as ProDataSets and temp-tables) as Corticon data structures (Vocabularies).  Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge and Progress Corticon Studio integrate into a single Eclipse instance to provide tooling support for creating and updating Corticon Vocabularies, and runtime support for simple invocation of Corticon Decision Services.

The Corticon 5.3.2 release also provides a simultaneous update of our Java and .NET BRMS platforms, providing incremental enhancements such as:

Improved Data Integration

  • Additional database support for DB2 (support Oracle, MS SQL, HSQL)
    • Ability to import database lookup tables from a database to populate vocabulary enumerations
  • L2 caching for improved performance

Performance Optimization

  • Delegate aggregate processing in non-conditional rules to database

General Productivity Improvements

  • Corticon Server Console provides LDAP support
  • Improved rule trace logging
  • Improved .NET object messaging

To learn more about how Corticon BRMS integrates with OpenEdge, watch our video here or below.

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