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DM Stack 1300 available

DM STACK 1300 AVAILABLE

DM Stack 1300 of SAP Disclosure Management 10.1 has been released on 29th November, 2018.

 

SCENARIOS

These scenarios benefit from this latest release:

  • Core SAP Disclosure Management functionalities
  • Installation, Update and Operations
  • Security
  • US SEC Filings and other XBRL scenarios using the Input Schedule Method
  • EU XBRL Filings and other XBRL scenarios using the Mapping Method
  • API

 

FURTHER INFORMATION

The following SAP Notes will provide more details:

 


 

ENHANCEMENTS

Learn about new features and capabilities in the following.

 

Right-To-Left Support

Some languages such as Arabic, Hebrew and Persian are written from Right-to-Left. To handle them, Disclosure Management supports Right-To-Left when linking data. This applies to tables as well as linked words in body text.

 

Access Analyzer App

The new Access Analyzer App helps to quickly answer authorization questions.

This brand new app helps to find out, why some users can access a chapter and others can not. Simply select them in the app and have a look at their permissions on a specific report or chapter.

 

 

Virus Check Support

If an Antivirus is installed on the Application Server, it is automatically used to scan all incoming/uploaded documents. For this purpose the same API is used that is exposed for mail clients to check file attachments. So, most common antivirus programs are supported.

 

Batchwise and Schedulable Transports

With DM Stack 1300, the BatchTool is able to import Transport files. It works the same way, the Transport -> Import mechanism of SAP Disclosure Management works. But as it works on the command line, it can e.g. be used to schedule imports using Windows standard mechanisms for scheduling. More information on the Batch Client can be in the User Help in chapter Disclosure Management Batch Client.

 


 

IMPROVEMENTS

iXBRL Support Improved

The support for Inline XBRL (iXBRL) has been revised with DM Stack 1300. In general, it should be possible to fulfill all scenarios for iXBRL. However, special requirements for scenarios can still not be covered and could require additional expansion in later Stacks.

 

Checkout Warning During Logout

If the user logs out using the Logout button and he has still a chapter checked out, a warning dialog appears. The user has to confirm that he wants to proceed with the logout.

 

Email Notification Improvements

The following changes have been introduced with this DM version:

  • Sending emails can be switched off centrally.
  • Users can decide for themselves if they want to get emails.
  • Report Setting ‘Email notifications’ renamed to ‘Workflow Notifications via email’. This setting will only be considered when emails are to be sent for Workflow status changes.

The behavior of the old and two new options are described in the User Help.

 

New Filter For Global And Local Permissions

With DM Stack 1300 a new filter option was introduced in the Global Permissions and Local Permissions view. It is now possible to search for specific users, roles and entities.

 

Improved Log File Processing

The DM Logger component now has a defined free disk space minimum of 100 MB. If the log file target drive (see Log.config) has less than 100 MB of free space available then DM will stop logging indicated with a message added to the log. This measure does not apply for network shared folders (UNC paths).

 

Setup Improvements

Setup of DM SERVER – APPL SERVER 10.1 and DM CLIENT 10.1 checks for installed Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 Redistributable
Since DM Stack 1300, the setup of DM SERVER – APPL SERVER 10.1 and DM CLIENT 10.1 checks for installed Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 Redistributable as a prerequisite as it is required for certain functions within SAP Disclosure Management.

Setup of DM SERVER – APPL SERVER 10.1 supports HTTPS configuration for installation from scratch
Since DM Stack 1300, the setup of DM SERVER – APPL SERVER 10.1 supports HTTPS configuration once it is installed from scratch. The HTTPS configuration is predefined by default when installing from scratch. 

TaskEngine Setup Has Been Refactored
Since DM Stack 1300, the setup wizard has been completely refactored. The new setup implementation now comes along with several benefits like enabling Java Runtime Environment configuration during the installation process, optimized database handling during the installation process to avoid misconfigured database connection settings, and finally an easier use of silent installation. Further, TLS 1.2 is now supported.

Setup of DM SERVER – XBRL SERVICE 10.1 Has Been Improved
Since DM Stack 1300, the setup wizard of DM SERVER – XBRL SERVICE 10.1 has been improved as follows:

  • Uninstallation functionality has been improved as it now automatically recognizes left-over components to be removed.
  • Prerequisite checks of the setup wizard have been improved: Java Runtime Environment will not be checked as prerequisite. Instead of prerequisite check for Java:
  • Java Runtime Environment is now needed to be configured using the setup wizard. A valid Java Runtime Environment configuration is required for installation.
  • Silent Installation is easier to use.
  • Integrated parameter help can be displayed using the “-help” command line parameter.

Setup of DM XBRL MAPPER 10.1 Has Been Improved
Since DM Stack 1300, the setup wizard of DM XBRL MAPPER 10.1 has been improved as follows:

  • Uninstallation functionality has been improved as it now automatically recognizes left-over components to be removed.
  • Prerequisite checks of the setup wizard have been improved.
  • Silent Installation is easier to use.
  • Integrated parameter help can be displayed using the “-help” command line parameter.

 


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