Significant New Additions
Each open application environment is now assigned a separate tab in the workspace view. Tabs can be easily selected from a pulldown list.
Common Knowledge Studio now has a full undo/redo capability across all workspace elements and rule extenders.
Export to HTML using XSLT and CSS
Rules can be exported to HTML. Exporting uses customisable transforms and cascading stylesheets and supports a range of options that can be configured to control the output content and format.
Export to XML
Rules can be exported to industry standard XML, allowing custom processing such as document generation, reporting, and code generation to be performed.
All extenders and Common Knowledge Studio views can now be previewed and printed.
Enhanced Workflow Connections
All workflow connections now allow the role of their endpoints to be specified (e.g. default, cancel, reset).
Call stack and evaluation views have been added to the Common Knowledge Studio debugger.
Cell & Node Text Wrapping
Cell text in decision tables and decision grids and node text in workflows can now wrap.
Dual Monitor Support
Improved behaviour of Common Knowledge Studio on dual monitor configurations.
Context Class Methods
Scripted procedures and rule extenders can now be used as methods for context user classes.
Comprehensive interactive cross reference report now available supporting impact analysis and rules navigation.
Global search and replace now fully implemented in Common Knowledge Studio.
Delphi 2007 Support
Support added to Rules Engine API for Delphi 2007.
Property Editor Improvements
Optional popup property text editor for potentially long strings including reasons, definitions, and expressions.
Rete Rules Logging Improvements
Additional Rete Rules execution logging added to show agenda activity.
Faster load, compile, execution and save times in Common Knowledge Studio and the Windows API.
Open Window List
Open child (extender) window list added to the Window menu in Common Knowledge Studio allowing open rule extender editors to be quickly located and activated.