As promised, here is another installment covering the exciting
improvements made to RSA Archer search in the 6.6 release. This article
will specifically cover enhancements made to global search. Background
One of the major frustrations is that it tak...
If you attended any roadmap presentations in the last few months you
probably know that one of the main themes for the 6.6 release and beyond
is improving the user experience. Since search and search results is
something every user experiences when w...
released in 6.4 became even more flexible and powerful with the addition
of an application managed output writer. This new capability removes the
need to work around the inherent h...
One of my favorite things about the RSA community and the idea exchange
is the ability to gather feedback and insight from the community on how
RSA Archer could make great features even more useful. In this topic, I
am going to cover several feature ...
Wait! What? 6.4 has even more?! In this article I am going to focus on
the 6.4 updates made to Bulk Processing feature added in 6.3. The
enhancements added to Bulk Processing has significantly added
flexibility and utility to enable business logic in...
Hi Amaranthreddy, I think you are getting the nodes because
you have specified RootObj instead of RootNode for XML. This means
RootNode is getting set to "undefined". Try this for your instantiation
of the output writer. outputWriter = context.Outpu...
Wilson, Great question! The application actually manages the size and
content of the files. For each approximately 20MB of data, it will write
a separate and logically independent file. These separate files will be
collected in a manifest file that i...