Version 6.5.2 Release Notes
- Updated: 2021/11/05
Version 6.5.2 Release Notes
This document for IQ Bot Version 6.5.2 describes new capabilities, changed features, fixed features (resolved issues), security fixes, deprecated features, and known behavior or limitations.
Nota: IQ Bot Version 6.5.2 is a restricted release, and is not listed on the customer or partner portals. For access, contact your Automation Anywhere representative.
|IQ Bot Version 6.5.2 New Features|
|Single click to extract text in the Validator||In the Validator, users can click on any text region to select the text instead of typing it.|
|API access||New APIs have been added for:
|Document group description||A Description tab has been added for entering a descriptive label or information, such as vendor names, about the associated document group.|
|Microsoft Azure Computer Vision OCR engine1||IQ Bot now has native support for Microsoft Azure Computer Vision OCR engine. For
example: It can help handwriting, driver licenses, and passport
Importante: Internet connectivity is required.
|Add user logic in the Designer||In the Designer, under
Logic, Python language
support has been added, so power users can add custom code
|Internationalization and localization: Italian and Portuguese||You can now select Italian and Portuguese to show the UI in
Nota: Any part of IQ Bot UI that is linked to the database appears only in English. Language support for these is upcoming in a future release.
- Note 1:
- This is a beta feature.
|IQ Bot Version 6.5.2 Changed Features|
|Updated SDK modules||The SDK has been updated to match Control Room Version 11.3.x. This removes the need to change the ignite.security flag.|
|Access IQ Bot without sysadmin role that includes support for Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) out of the box||The sysadmin SQL database role requirement has been
removed from the IQ Bot installer. The following
privileges are checked instead:
|Localized text in UI updated||The localized UI text has been updated for Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, French, German, Italian, and Japanese.|
|View and test all documents in the||Users can select and test not some but any of the uploaded documents in See extraction results, to train more robust bots.|
|Role-Based Access Control updates for IQ Bot Version 6.5.2||All standard roles and permissions for IQ Bot work as before with the exception of custom roles. See Define access to learning instances using custom roles for more information.|
Nota: For future releases all fixed features will be tracked via external ticket system. For current and previous releases, customers and partners filled out external tickets or worked with internal representatives who helped file internal tickets on their behalf.
|IQ Bot Version 6.5.2 Fixed Features|
|COG internal ticket number||Description|
|COG-15749 AND COG-15664||Reworked migration utility feature to better support classifier versioning at the learning instance level, which fixes the migration overwrite option.|
(Zendesk - 209799)
|IQ Bot upgrade from v5.2 to v6.5 succeeds despite large increase in SQLServer log volume.|
|COG-15745 AND COG-15767||In a cluster environment:
|COG-15426||IQ Bot shows the correct bot numbers when importing learning instances with the merged option.|
|COG-17211||IQ Bot is able to import learning instances with unclassified group.|
|IQ Bot Version 6.5 performance is improved when loading the learning instance page with a large number of Bots.|
|COG-15355||Trying to access a learning instance created by a different user role shows an error message instead of a blank screen.|
|COG-15864 AND COG-15883||IQ Bot
Designer is responsive:
|COG-16765||Japanese and Korean unicode character corrections are getting stored correctly in the Bot database.|
|COG-16086||The width of the field value input box is now the same as the width of the field name input box.|
|COG-15417||If a user moves column fields from one table to another table in Designer, the sequence of selection of these fields will appear in See extraction results view.|
|COG-17032||Even if a document is open for ~20 minutes in the Validator, user is able to validate all the errors and save the document.|
|COG-17348||Displays the correct Copyright year for all IQ Bot DLLs.|
|COG-15669||IQ Bot can continue with pen sessions over a period of few days without slowing down or the need to restart services. The system can continue to work and be responsive.|
|COG-17909||On a learning instance page, when navigating through pages for listed groups, the pagination is stable and works as expected.|
|COG-17908||When there are lot of groups in a learning instance, navigating back to the Back to training page does not take long.|
|COG-17108||IQ Bot is able to recognize the spaces in specific content. For example: "Logitech M100 Mouse" is output correctly with the appropriate spaces in between the words.|
|COG-17338||In the Validator page, user is able to scroll through the entire document using the scroll bar.|
|COG-17721||In a non-cluster environment, My total and My learning instance tiles on the IQ Bot dashboard display the correct document processed count and STP %.|
|COG-17515||IQ Bot does not display any error screen after learning instance creation and before opening the document in Designer.|
There are no deprecated features listed for IQ Bot in this version.
|IQ Bot Version 6.5.2 Known Limitations|
|JIRA/Zendesk ticket number||Description|
|Customer service: 13420||
Text segments might not get generated for PDFs with multiple file formats on different pages.
Suggerimento: A current workaround is to convert the PDFs to TIFF files before uploading to IQ Bot.
|CGNSRV-436||IQ Bot UI response can be slow due to multiple users. The dashboard refresh can be slow due to ~50+ learning instances or a large number of groups per learning instance.|
Users can experience longer file upload times for files whose cumulative size is greater than 10MB, when using the APIs.
|CGNSRV-362, CGNSRV-457, CGNSRV-521, COG-16030||Several customers have reported cases where some tables, without headers, spanning multiple pages could have skipped rows during extraction.|
|CGNSRV-356, CGNSRV-368, CGNSRV-372, COG-16891||Several customers have reported table extraction skipping some required rows to be extracted.|
|CGNSRV-467||IQ Bot healthcheck can incorrectly return a NOT OK message when learning instances are loading.|
|COG-18977||While upgrading to a different IQ Botversion, incorrect timestamp is inserted for the uploaded documents. The previous version of files have the local timestamp, and the new uploaded files have the timestamp based on the time of the machine (UTC).|
|COG-19485||If a new group is created in production, or if a user uploads documents to IQ Bot in production, and retroactively toggles the learning instance to production, the download API feature does not work for those documents.|