Welcome to the 2019.12.09 product release.  This article provides an overview of the product innovations and improvements to be delivered on 9 December, 2019.  The article is structured as follows:

  2020 Release Calendar Published

  User Experience

  • Update on Beta Release of New User Experience & Storyboards

Security Improvements

  • Automated Role Assignment via Single Sign-On

 Bugs, Performance & Platform Improvements

  • Improvements to Data Pipeline Processing
  • Data Ingestion Bugs Fixed
  • General Bugs Fixed and Minor Improvements

2020 Release Calendar Published

User Experience

Update on Beta Release of New User Experience (UX) & Storyboards

  • Huge thank you to customers providing input from their testing of the new user experience.  We have had lots of super positive feedback and suggestions.  We have been smashing bugs and adding more features.  Connect with the support team for a fresh version of the release information presentation. 

Security & Deployment Improvements

Automated Role Assignment via Single-Sign-On

  • Core to One Model’s vision is to automate everything and let you focus on deploying and leveraging people analytics data to drive business outcomes.  To do this you need to get insights into the hands of decision makers, which involves role based security.  In this release we have further extended our Role Based Security framework to allow for the automatic assignment of One Model roles based on your company’s identity provider (IDP) as a part of Single-Sign-On (SSO).  
  • We have published a user guide for configuring this capability and invite you to discuss your requirements with our support team who can help you take advantage of this exciting new capability.

Bugs, Performance & Platform Improvements

Improvements to Data Pipeline Processing

  • The pipeline script screen now automatically saves the script after 5 seconds of user inactivity from the last change to the pipeline script.  (ref 2830)

Data Ingestion Bugs Fixed

  • Fixed an intermittent issue introduced in the last release where a bug in the data load could unexpectedly cause data loads to get stuck and displayed an erroneous error message in the data loads screen.  (ref 3140)
  • Added support for additional date time values within Flat Files.  Files can now include date time values with precision down to the nanosecond. This supports integrating with solutions that have less flexibility on their date format configuration. (ref 3395)
  • Fixed an issue where the Workday API data source could fail if the Job Requisition table was included for certain configurations of Workday.  (ref 3519 & 3541)

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