Transact Manager 5.1 includes a more than 5x increase in transaction throughput to enable massive scaling. New capabilities to handle PDF receipts also support a higher volume of transactions. Transact Manager 5.1 has been scaled and tested to exceed the most demanding onboarding requirements for the world’s largest financial institutions.
Utilize a new, scriptable install/upgrade mode and enhanced APIs to automate deployment.
Faster Application Version Updates
Update applications in Maestro and simply click on a button in Transact Manager to start using the latest version.
Set different authentication policies for forms within each space. Allow public-facing anonymous access to an application while using validated SSO for employee access to privileged functions. Utilize the new Security Manager Logging for SSO development.
Add multiple languages to a single application. The application will automatically change languages based on the user location.
The new Code View in Maestro displays all fields that contain code. Easily search code by keyword, with Regular Expression and Match Case options, to view all lines where that term is used.
Click on the search result to quickly view, modify, and add rules to the code directly from the Code View screen.different authentication policies for forms within each space.
Allow public-facing anonymous access to an application while using validated SSO for employee access to privileged functions. Utilize the new Security Manager Logging for SSO development.
You can now easily revert to a previously saved application version, eliminating the need to create and save multiple forms to track changes.
Every Save action on forms, templates, and even components in Maestro sends a compressed copy to the server. All Saves on the form are visible within the Maestro UI and teams can view which user saved the form.
We are planning a diffing feature in a future release to easily distinguish changes made between the saved versions.
Minimize upgrade disruption with the new Compatibility Mode in Maestro. You can now decide when to upgrade a project. The design view is determined by the project’s version so you can continue to work with Maestro 5.0 features.