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Release 6.2

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Welcome improved DCR Highlighter
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Improvement for process modellers
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Advanced modelling in DCR Swimlane Editor
Release Date:
March 31, 2021
Demo Date:
March 23, 2021
  • DCR Highlighter
  • DCR Whiteboard – improvements for process modellers
    • Allow string in choice fields in DCR Form (120627)
    • Assistance to modellers when modelling deadlines and delays (6018)
    • Characters are handled more generally in choice field (121573)
  • DCR Swimlane Editor
    • Fixing issues with subprocesses, DCR forms and data activities (112954)
    • Make it easier to make models from DCR Swimlanes Editor initially (122119,122120)
  • Making it easier to use the DCR Portal and tools as programmers
    • DCR Process Models are described in the DCR XML. To import the core DCR objects, roles, activities and relations we’ve created a simpler JSON and XML format as outlined here. (122949)
  • Improvement in Portal UI (121258)
  • Improved styling of Internationalization strings (116148)
  • Improved icon for drag collections (122415)
  • Use formatted email templates everywhere (117937,122114,122495,122496)
  • Bug fixing
    • DCR Compliance Engine fails in DCR Swimlane Editor if guards are used (6364)
    • Major revision wizard fails if strange characters are given in revision title (107312)
    • Duration in swimlanes removed when editing simulation in Swimlanes Editor (104082)
    • Exception on register user in specific organization (122013)
    • Cannot insert link in scenario description (120166)
    • Role not saved for advance time, causing issues in DCR Swimlanes Editor (120143)
    • Duration is mandatory in DCR Swimlanes Editor for advance time (122498)
    • Filtering does not work in DCR Swimlanes Editor (110841)
    • Cannot open form in swimlanes if form added after swimlanes was created (123206)
    • Forms opening significantly faster in swimlanes (123217)
    • Major revision of process model – could not remove keywords (121260)
    • Cannot drag activity inside a subprocess onto a swimlane (122494)
    • Validate trace should not be called on updating trace’s title, description etc. in swimlanes editor (119421)
    • Events are getting removed from top list in swimlanes editor (122140)
    • In Path History (Analyzer), no activities found is showing even when it should not be shown (119399)
    • Invalid URL for About DCR (122568)
    • Problematic character is not handled in save major revision pop-up’s comment field (107312)
    • Portal > Designer > Error message is showing when graph is not accessible (121969)
    • Role not saving for advance time from swimlanes editor (120143)
    • Simulation time gets removed when we edit scenario from swimlanes editor (104082)
    • Text is not aligned to checkbox while importing scenarios in Designer (115765)

DCR Highlighter – updated UI

As of DCR Portal Release 6.2 the DCR Highlighter UI has been simplified. We’ve collected input from various users which has resulted in a more simple and easy to use solution.

The new UI is outlined below:

Highlighter as of March 2021

The Highlighter now operates in one of three different modes:

  1. View
  2. Alias
  3. Create

View mode is the default mode, and you can always return to View mode by pressingn the ESC key. In view mode you can select text and once done the Highlighter context menu will enable you to mark the text as a new Role, Activity, Rule or Comment. Once a new object is created it is selected and you switch to Alias mode.

You move to Alias mode by selecting an object in the controller on the left. Once in Alias mode, any text you select will be another marking of the selected object.

You enable Create mode by choosing one of the four buttons in the top. Any text selected in Create mode will mark the text and create a new object that will be added in the controller on the left.

The Highlighter manual will be updated shortly.

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