Enfocus Switch 2019 Spring Release Available

Leading the list of new features is the Remote Process Element.
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Enfocus (Gent, Belgium) announced the release of Enfocus Switch 2019 Spring. Starting with the 2019 Spring release, Enfocus will be distributing two Switch releases each year. In this year’s first update the list of new features includes the Remote Process Element, a flow element that allows users to route Switch jobs out of the flow, process them remotely using a third-party service, then bring them back into the flow after processing, according to the company. The Scripting Module is required to make use of this feature.

Changes to the Submit Point in Switch include the ability to submit metadata only. This allows a Switch flow to accept data only, such as a filled form, instead requiring a physical file to be submitted. Managing Submit Point URLs also receives some additional options with this release. A direct link URL to a submit point can be created to direct the end user to specific Submit Point, making it simpler to locate. These direct URLs can have an expiration date applied which is useful in managing timely submissions and open requests.

The Switch 2019 Spring release comes with a redesigned Messages view, improvements to the Inject Job tool, and a data root backup tool has been implemented for easier recovery and migration of a Switch installation

For more information, visit enfocus.com/en/switch/new.

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