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Important announcement to all Forum Users:

 

Open GI have kindly forwarded an advance preview of the Content Listing for the next major release of Core software

 

Core 14 is due out later this year and contains lots of new features as well as updates to the Integration Products suite

 

Release detail is available on the PDF below for all registered Forum users.

 

The Open GI User Group will publish more detail on the benefits of this release along with Hints and Tips on how to get the most from this software in the members area over the next few weeks.

Core_14_Content_Confirmed_UG.pdf

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I wonder what 'Frame Order based on policy type' is? Surely this is what Policy Type Amendment has done for years............?

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I believe its a "RE" order process - I think on save to BROOMS from APM

 

This is where frames can get into a right mess if you manually add or use Toolkit (when frames get added at end) just gets everything put right. Will need to check the detail on this but you get the gist ....

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I believe its a "RE" order process - I think on save to BROOMS from APM

 

This is where frames can get into a right mess if you manually add or use Toolkit (when frames get added at end) just gets everything put right. Will need to check the detail on this but you get the gist ....

Thanks Aggy - I guess this may be useful for motor then if you have additional frames you add in some cases (which we do).

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Yes Aggy, I believe you are right! It came from some bespoke work they did for a Broker. It will be mighty handy for those of us who are not so system and process driven to knock their frames into shape and start trying to become more efficient. I say trying..............

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