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New CAM v2.4 release now available with enhanced Collaboration tools

New CAM v2.4 release now avai…

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Published on: 27/03/2013 News Archived
The focus for this release is improved collaboration support including better dictionary generation, models, reports, spreadsheets and enhancement of the rules entry tools and rules processing. New in this release is support for Italian language localization.
The new XPath conditional rule entry wizard makes XPath rules definition significantly easier for cross-field validations and more. We have also improved the rule handling in the CAMV engine to be more consistent.
For collaboration the locations of dictionaries collections can now be located at a URL, a file system or stored in the Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER). Coupled with this are now the consistent dictionary collections and database connections manager tools for configuration management. Also better generation of dictionaries from spreadsheets and a new spreadsheet to dictionary utility XSLT tool. Dictionary XML component generation has also been improved adding a new Components section to itemize components in dictionaries along with more and more consistent handling for dictionary content types, rules and annotations.
The template evaluation report and NIEM NDR (Naming and Design Rule) checking is improved including better representation terms.
For models we have enhanced the Mindmaps to include color coding of Added and Updated annotations plus SQL DBmappings and choice items.
In summary the new CAM Editor V2.4 provides the following improved functionality:
  • All new XPath rules entry Wizard tool
  • Significantly enhanced Dictionary generation
  • Collaboration support including Oracle Enterprise Repository (OER) and URL locations
  • Better dictionary collection and SQL database connections management
  • Enhanced Mindmap model generating
  • XML export format for Tabular Report View
  • Italian language localization
  • CAMV rules engine improvements
  • New spreadsheet handling utilities
  • More consistent NIEM NDR evaluation