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A new component for displaying the number of search results is now available in the Insight App Designer. The Hit Count component can be added to search results in the Insight App Designer simply by dragging and dropping. This makes it easy to track the number of search results and display them in the desired location within the Insight App.
It is also possible to use this component simultaneously inside and outside of search containers. For example, the following screenshot shows an Insight App where multiple searches are performed simultaneously to generate a 360-degree view of enterprise data. Here, the number of results is displayed individually for each search using the new component.
With the "Named Entity Recognition" feature it is possible to recognize entities (e.g. people, places, etc.) from document content and metadata. Since the Mindbreeze InSpire 23.2 Release we support color highlighting of such entities in Mindbreeze Search (see Release Notes 23.2).
With this release, Mindbreeze also supports automatic color highlighting of the detected entities in the preview of the found documents.
The Query Pipeline offers the functionality to extend or transform Mindbreeze search queries as desired. This makes it possible to automatically adapt users' search queries to their domain-specific requirements to ensure highly accurate search results. For example, technical terms or special characters with special meanings can be automatically transformed into complex search queries so that users can benefit from the advanced search options without having to understand them.
This functionality is available by creating a plugin with the Mindbreeze Software Development Toolkit (SDK). With Mindbreeze InSpire Release 23.3, the SDK has been extended so that a new query pipeline plugin for the Query Expression Transformer can be easily generated from the SDK. This plugin can then be adapted to your individual requirements.
The ServiceNow connector now supports “Extended User Criteria” for determining user permissions. When creating User Criteria in ServiceNow, you can also define Extended User Criteria to further restrict access control lists (ACLs). This can be done by customizing the User Criteria with any of the User Reference fields. These security settings of the extended user criteria are now also applied in Mindbreeze Search to support extended permission settings.
Additionally, the access control lists (ACLs) in the ServiceNow connector have been modified to allow users with the "Knowledge Admin" role access to all ServiceNow Knowledge Bases and the articles they contain. Similarly, users with the roles "Owner" and "Manager" are now able to authorize themselves for all knowledge articles in their ServiceNow knowledge bases.
Keycloak is a central component for Mindbreeze and is used, for example, for the authentication of administrators.
In Mindbreeze Release 23.3, Keycloak has been updated to version 21.1.0 (Quarkus).