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Informatica Master Data Management (MDM) Multidomain for Oracle 9.5.1 contains a roll-up of EBFs as well as additional bug fixes.

 

Highlights of this release are as follows:

 

• IDD Import: The IDD Import feature which enables data stewards to upload an excel or character delimited text file containing master data relating to a particular master data type (Customer, Product, etc.) directly through the IDD UI. Stewards can also use the Import feature to update existing Master Data records with new information.

 

• IDD Data View Redesign: Data View redesign which provides data stewards convenient access to Cross-Reference, Merge and History views of Master Data using vertically tabbed navigation.

 

• Japanese Localization: The MDM Hub now supports the Japanese language out-of-the-box.

 

• Stabilization and Performance: Strong focus was placed on improving the stability of the product and improving the performance of core MDM

 

 

The Release Notes for the Same are available here

This release does not contain any new features. It is a maintenance pack that contains a roll-up of Emergency Bug Fixes (EBFs) as well as a performance enhancement for the “Put” API.

 

MDM Multidomain Edition 9.0.1 HotFix 2 (IBM DB2) Release Notes

This release does not contain any new features. It is a maintenance pack that contains a roll-up of Emergency Bug Fixes (EBFs) and few additional bug fixes.

 

MDM Multidomain Edition 9.0.1 HotFix 2 for Oracle Release Notes

The highlights of this release are:

 

  • Support for secured WebLogic datasources
  • Support for AddressDoctor 5.2.7
  • UTF8 encoding for data exports from Data Director
  • Data Director now uses POST method to pass parameters to external applications for improved security

 

MDM Multidomain Edition 9.1.0 HotFix 1 for Oracle Release Notes

MDM Multidomain Edition 9.0.1 HotFix 1 for DB2 is now available.

 

Highlights of the release:

 

  • Support for DB2 LUW 9.7 FP4
  • Scoring of match results returned from searchMatch API calls that do not use the match rules
  • Performance enhancements in unmerge, tokenization, automerge and load
  • Improved memory usage for high cardinality match tokens




Multidomain Edition 9.0.1 Hot Fix 1 for DB2 Release Notes

Highlights of the release:

 

  • The Duplicate Prevention control, a new Informatica Data Control, provides the ability to embed the Informatica Data Director user interface for displaying suspected duplicates directly within other systems such as Salesforce.com and Siebel, providing the ability to use the match rules defined in the MDM Hub and the data already loaded into the MDM Hub to detect potential data duplication at the point of entry in an external system, resulting in less duplication at source and providing business users with Master Data insight when making critical business decisions.
  • Enhanced search and display capabilities for the Informatica Data Director user interface, such as attribute masking by role, multi-level sorting and case insensitive Advanced and Basic searches.
  • Hierarchy point-in-time viewer, providing users with the ability to visualize and manage hierarchy relationships for a specific point in time, in the past or in the future, and to view changes made to a hierarchy over time.
  • Single Sign-On support for the Informatica Data Director, allowing IDD to be integrated with centralized authentication providers.
  • Advanced workflow and business process management capabilities such as data-aware task assignments and complex BPM automation through integration with Fujitsu Interstage Business Process Manager.
  • A BPM SDK that provides an open framework for integration with 3rd party BPM products, allowing customers to leverage their existing investments in BPM technology.
  • Metadata repair capabilities in MDM's Metadata Manager tool.
  • Full 64-bit support for the application server layer.
  • An upgrade to AddressDoctor5.
  • Support for JBOSS clustering.
  • Improved dynamic metadata caching to better support clustered environments.
  • MDM in the Cloud - an Amazon Machine Image with installed and preconfigured MDM - allows users to accelerate the creation of new MDM instances for new projects, development, testing, deployment, and training.

 

MDM Multi-Domain Edition 9.1 (for Oracle) Release Notes

MDM Multi-Domain Edition 9.1 (for Oracle) Product Availability Matrices (PAM)

The release highlights are as follows:

 

  • HotFix 1 is an accumulative combo that includes all the fixes from XU SP2 Patch B Rollup1 HotFix 31 to HotFix 42, and from Hub 9.0.1 GA EBF 1 to EBF 20.
  • HotFix 1 is a prerequisite for all the future EBFs from MDM Hub 9.0.1.
  • Refer to the readme file thoroughly before applying this fix.
  • To apply HotFix 1, do the following:
    • New customers: Install MDM Hub 9.0.1 Oracle GA, then apply MDM Hub 9.0.1 GA Oracle HotFix 1 (server, cleanse, and database) on top of MDM Hub 9.0.1 Oracle GA
    • Any existing customers on MDM Hub 9.0.1 Oracle: Apply MDM Hub 9.0.1 GA Oracle HotFix 1 (server, cleanse, and database) on top of MDM Hub 9.0.1 Oracle GA + any EBF fix
    • Any existing customers on XU SP2 Patch B Rollup 1 GA + XU SP2 Oracle Patch B Rollup 1 HF30 + any HotFix level: Upgrade to MDM Hub 9.0.1 Oracle GA, then apply MDM Hub 9.0.1 GA Oracle HotFix 1 (server, cleanse, and database) on top of MDM Hub 9.0.1 Oracle GA
    • Any existing customers neither on XU SP2 Patch B Rollup 1 nor on XU level: Upgrade to XU SP2 Oracle Patch B Rollup 1 GA, then upgrade to MDM Hub 9.0.1 Oracle GA, then apply MDM Hub 9.0.1 GA Oracle HotFix 1 (server, cleanse, and database) on top of MDM Hub 9.0.1 Oracle GA

Prerequisite

 

MDM Hub 9.0.1 Oracle GA

 

Files included in this package are as follows:

 

  • hub_hotfix_install.exe (.bin)
    • siperian-mrm.ear #9.0.1.0.0.100.77432
    • sipmeta.xml #2
  • hub_cleanse_hotfix_install.exe (.bin)
    • siperian-mrm-cleanse.ear #9.0.1.0.0.100.77432
    • addressdoctor\4.1.16.478\aix\libJADE.so
    • addressdoctor\4.1.16.478\hpux\libJADE.sl
    • addressdoctor\4.1.16.478\RedHat\libJADE.so
    • addressdoctor\4.1.16.478\solaris\libJADE.so
    • addressdoctor\4.1.16.478\suse\libJADE.so
    • addressdoctor\4.1.16.478\windows\JADE.dll
    • libupdate_readme.txt
    • siperian-cleanse-addressDoctor.jar
  • sip_db_hotfix_install.exe (.bin)
    • 2011011401_lsc_modify_hvxr_index.sql #1
    • cmx_ors.dmp #2
    • cmxbv_pack.plb #2
    • cmxbv_body.plb #3
    • cmxue_pack.sql #2
    • cmxue_body.sql #2
    • cmxut_pack.plb #4
    • cmxut_body.plb #5
    • cmx_body.plb #3
    • cmxdm_body.plb #2
    • cmxlb_body.plb #2
    • cmxld_body.plb #5
    • cmxmm_body.plb #11
    • cmxsm_body.plb #9
  • Manage_Cleanse_Server[ProxyUser]_TechNotes.doc

Release Highlights:

  • Single Installer for SSA-NAME3, Informatica Identity Resolution and Informatica MDM – Registry Edition
  • Integration with Informatica Data Director - a data management application that is used to view and manage the data stored in the Registry Edition repository

 

The Informatica Data Director is highly configurable, with an easy-to-use interface based on your organization’s data model.

 

The Informatica Data Director for the Informatica MDM Registry Edition enables business users to effectively manage and consume master data.


Release Notes

A combination HotFix (HF 30) is available for MDM Hub XU SP2 Patch B Rollup 1. This is a combination of all HotFixes released till now for MDM Hub XU SP2 Patch B Rollup 1. All future HotFixes for MDM Hub XU SP2 Patch B Rollup 1 will be built on top of HF 30. All users running MDM Hub XU SP2 Patch B Rollup 1 are advised to apply HF 30.

 

HF 30 can either be applied directly to MDM Hub XU SP2 Patch B Rollup 1 (no other HotFixes have to be applied before applying HF 30), or it can be applied on top of any other HotFix previously released for MDM Hub XU SP2 Patch B Rollup 1.

Standard support for the XU release of Siperian Hub ends in June 2011. For the DB2 version of that release (XU Patch A DB2), the supported period has been extended to September 2012.

 

Customers still on XU Patch A DB2 are recommended to upgrade to Informatica MDM Multidomain Edition 9.01, which will be released for the DB2 platform at the end of March 2011.

 

Informatica MDM Multidomain Edition 9.01 for DB2 provides significant new functionality, including:

 

  • Informatica Data Director – a feature rich, easily configurable, web-based data governance application
  • Support for WebSphere clustering
  • Metadata Manager repository migration capabilities, including change list creation for promotion of data model and rule changes from one ORS to another
  • State management capabilities for built-in workflow support
  • Match enhancements – ability to specify match filters
  • Cleanse adapter for Informatica Data Quality (IDQ) Web Services
  • Cleanse mapping enhancements – new Rejects function, minibatches functionality for improved performance of calls to IDQ
  • Server cache and write lock enhancements  – automatic caching
  • Enterprise Manager tool, for managing ORS logging settings
  • Support for custom packages and custom indexes
  • Updated match library
  • Enhanced delta detection – ability to select a subset of columns for use in delta detection
  • Rebranding from Siperian Multidomain MDM Hub to Informatica MDM Multidomain Edition

 

For any queries or concerns, call us at the Global Customer Support hotline or email infagcs@informatica.com.

Starting Informatica MDM Multidomain Edition 9.1, which is planned for Q2 2011, MDM MDE will be fully Java 6 compliant across all application servers. This means that Java 5, which reached end-of-life in November 2009, will no longer be supported. As a result, the application server versions that will be dropped from the MDM product availability matrix are WebLogic 9 and WebSphere 6. MDM will continue to support Oracle WebLogic Server 11g Release 1 (10.3.2) in 9.1, and support for WebSphere 7 will be added in the 9.1 timeframe.

 

For any queries or concerns, call us at the Global Customer Support hotline or email infagcs@informatica.com.

Release 9.0.1 of Informatica MDM Multidomain Edition continues to extend Informatica’s leadership position in MDM, building on the extensive data governance capabilities available with the Informatica (formerly Siperian) MDM platform. Some of the key focus areas and capabilities available with this release include:

 

  1. Proven Multidomain MDM platform
    • High Availability (also known as ZDT)
    • Enhanced Hierarchy Visualization & Management
  2. Data Governance Trust Framework
    • MDM Workflow
    • Enhanced Data Management & Security
  3. Fast Time to Value

 

    • Informatica Data Controls

 

For more information see, Release Notes.

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