Oracle Policy Automation May 2017 – New Features #4

Oracle Policy Automation May 2017 – New Features #4

Following on from the previous post, in this third video about the Oracle Policy Automation May 2017 – New Features, we look at a functionality that is actually making a comeback. In Oracle Policy Modeling version 10, it was possible to hide or show values in lists (for example, a drop down control on an Interview Screen) based on a Boolean attribute value. This was shelved in version 12 but now it makes a welcome return in May 2017.

The functionality is easy to implement, and simply requires a Value List, a Drop Down control or similar, and some logic to power the decision whether to display a value or not. The display of each value, including uncertain can be powered by the same or a different Boolean attribute.

The functionality extends the Interview experience by allowing for a better user experience and an easier manner than jQuery or some such client-side smoke and mirrors to implement a state model or logical transition model within the Oracle Policy Modeling environment. The video that follows this article walks through a simple example and hopefully shows you the way. Catch up with the other tutorials and videos in this series in the links below

Whats New May 2017 Part One

Whats New May 2017 Part Two

Whats New May 2017 Part Three

The Walkthrough Video

Richard Napier

Author: Richard Napier

Richard Napier joined Siebel Systems in 1999 and took up the role of managing the nascent Siebel University in Southern Europe. He subsequently was Director of Business Development and Education for InFact Group (now part of Business & Decisions) for 8 years. He now runs his Consulting and mentoring company, On Demand Consulting & Education Ltd and has run ODCE since 2010. Owner of the OPA Hub, he also is Co-Founder of the Siebel Hub.

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