What's New in Oracle Management Cloud – Global

Learn about what's new in the global areas of Oracle Management Cloud.

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud – Global in October 2020

Feature Description
Newly Externalized REST APIs

The following Oracle Management Cloud APIs have been externalized for this release:

For more information on Common APIs, see Oracle Management Cloud Common REST API.

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud – Global in September 2019

Feature Description
Changes to the getting started with Oracle Cloud workflow

The getting started with Oracle Cloud workflow has undergone changes to ensure a unified getting started experience for new and existing customers. For information on how this affects Oracle Management Cloud, see Access Oracle Management Cloud in Getting Started with Oracle Management Cloud.

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud – Global in June 2019

Feature Description
Monitor Usage in Oracle Management Cloud console

You can now monitor your usage and obtain information about your billing on the Billing Usage tab on the Licensing page in the Oracle Management Cloud console.


Billing Usage tab

See Monitor Your Billing Usage in Getting Started with Oracle Management Cloud.

Create out-of-the-box entities using the REST API for Oracle Management Cloud

You can now create entities from a number of predefined WebLogic and Oracle Database entity types using the REST API for Oracle Management Cloud.

See Out-of-the-Box Entity Types Reference in Oracle Management Cloud Common REST API.

Create dynamic groups using the Administration console

You can now create, edit, and delete dynamic groups directly from the Administration console.


Dynamic Groups UI

See Manage Groups in Working with Oracle Management Cloud.

What's New in Oracle Management Cloud Agents

Learn about what's new in Oracle Management Cloud Agents.

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud Agents in March 2022

Feature Description
Fix Security Vulnerabilities

The following security vulnerability fixes are included with Oracle Management Cloud Agents 1.58 release:

Oracle recommends to upgrade the Oracle Management Cloud Agents to version 1.58.

For more information on Oracle Management Cloud Agents, see Oracle Management Cloud Agents.

What's New in Oracle Database Management

Learn about what's new in Oracle Database Management.

New Features in Oracle Database Management in February 2020

Feature Description
Monitor the metrics supported for Autonomous Databases You can now monitor the metrics supported for Autonomous Databases on the Workload tab on the Performance Hub page.

See Monitor Workload Metrics in Using Oracle Database Management for Autonomous Databases.

New Features in Oracle Database Management in June 2019

Feature Description
Load data to Autonomous Databases

You can load data from an on-premises Oracle Database to an Autonomous Database on the Data Movement page of the destination Autonomous Database.

The Data Movement feature reduces the overall time and complexity involved in migrating data from an on-premises Oracle Database to an Autonomous Database. It also provides:

  • End-to-end automation for data movement.
  • Out-of-the-box analysis report for the migrated objects.
  • Deep diagnostics to identify failure in migration process and the reasons for failure.

Data Movement page

See Load Data to Autonomous Databases in Using Oracle Database Management for Autonomous Databases.

New Features in Oracle Database Management in April 2019

Feature Description
Oracle Database Management is a new component available as part of Oracle Management Cloud

Oracle Database Management enables you to monitor Autonomous Databases and on-premises Oracle Databases on a unified platform.

For information on how to use Oracle Database Management to monitor Autonomous Databases, see Using Oracle Database Management for Autonomous Databases.

What’s New in Oracle Application Performance Monitoring

Learn about what's new in Oracle Application Performance Monitoring.

New Features in Oracle Application Performance Monitoring in November 2019

Feature Description
Added enable/disable store personal identifiable information under privacy settings

You can now choose if you want to store private information such as full URLs, page titles, and clicks names. Existing APM users have this behavior enabled, new APM users have this behavior disabled by default.

See Configure Privacy Settings in Installing and Configuring Oracle Application Performance Monitoring.

Support for Oracle Forms monitoring

You can now deploy the APM Java Agent with Oracle EBS Forms monitoring.

See Oracle EBS: Requirements and Installation Instructions in Installing and Configuring Oracle Application Performance Monitoring.

Support for Web Application Definitions

With Web Applications, you can define and save a filter to pull together a set of pages in the application that match the defined filter criteria at a particular time point.

See Monitoring End User Experience of a Web Application in Using Oracle Application Performance Monitoring.

New Features in Oracle Application Performance Monitoring in July 2019

Feature Description
Added enable/disable option inside APM Agent Configuration Menu

You can now enable or disable multiple APM agents by using multi-select from the APM Agent list and clicking Configure.

Support for Custom Instrumentation

You can now use Custom Instrumentation to add monitoring capabilities to technologies not supported by Oracle Application Performance Monitoring.

See Set Up Custom Instrumentation in Using Application Performance Monitoring.

New Features in Oracle Application Performance Monitoring in February 2019

Feature Description
Support for .side files for Synthetic Tests

You can now record scripted actions using Selenium IDE and save as a .side file and upload it when you create and schedule a synthetic test.

See Define Synthetic Tests and Supported Selenium Commands in Using Application Performance Monitoring.

What’s New in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring

Learn about what's new in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring.

New Features in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring in August 2020

Feature Description
Expanded Time Periods

Infrastructure Monitoring pages now enable you to view status and performance data up to the Last 30 Days.

See Monitor Entity Health in Using Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring.

Delete Published Custom Metrics

You can now delete published custom metrics from the UI.

See Working with Custom Metrics in Using Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring.

SQL Server Performance Metric

SQL Server monitoring is enhanced with a new performance metric: SQL Server Database Performance Rate. With this metric, you’ll be able to monitor, for each database, performance metrics such as Transactions/sec, Backup/Restore Throughput/sec, Bulk Copy Rows/sec, Bulk Copy Throughput/sec.

New Features in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring in February 2020

Feature Description
Advanced Notification Options: Repeat Notification

You can specify that alert notifications be sent repeatedly at specified intervals until an alert is either cleared or acknowledged or the number of Maximum number of repeat notifications has been reached.

This option only applies to Email notification channels.

See Create an Alert Rule in Using Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring.

SQL Server monitoring with TLS 1.2

Microsoft SQL Server entity types now support monitoring via TLS 1.2.

See Add Microsoft SQL Server in Using Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring.

New Features in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring in August 2019

Feature Description
Advanced Notification Options: Notify based on Severity

New advanced notification options allow you to specify the alert severities on which you would like to send notifications. By default, notifications are sent when the alert is created, when it worsens in severity, and when the alert is cleared. You can change this default behavior by specifying:

  • When to notify: use default or on every severity change

    and/or

  • When not to notify: based on selected severities

These options apply only to Email, Mobile, and Slack notification channels.


Advanced Notification Options

What’s New in Oracle IT Analytics

Learn about what's new in Oracle IT Analytics.

New Features in Oracle IT Analytics in August 2020

Feature Description
ITA - Exadata Analytics now supports Exadata Cloud Service (ExaCS) and Cloud at Customer (ExaCC)

Exadata Analytics presents a fully unified view of your inventory, capacity and performance data for all Exadata systems, on-premises Exadata as well as ExaCS and ExaCC. Exadata Analytics gives you a clear insight into Exadata storage systems, allowing you to do in-depth resource analysis, capacity planning and forecasting for your ExaCS and ExaCC systems.

With ITA Exadata Analytics you can now monitor all your Exadata deployments including Exadata CC and Exadata CS.

See Analyze Exadata Resources in Using Oracle IT Analytics.

New Features in Oracle IT Analytics in June 2020

Feature Description
Automatic SQL Text/Plan Data Collection

Oracle Management Cloud now automatically collects SQL Text and Plan data. By upgrading your agents to the latest version, Oracle Management Cloud can begin collecting SQL Text and Plan data across all your databases. Collecting SQL text and plans across all your databases allows you to analyze problematic or inefficient SQL.

See Disable and Re-Enable SQL Execution Plan Collections and Findings and Performance Analysis in Using Oracle IT Analytics.

New Features in Oracle IT Analytics in November 2019

Feature Description
Enable Text/Plan Data Collection

You can now enable SQL Text and Plan data to be collected and you can visualize and analyze it with Oracle IT Analytics. Collecting SQL text and plans across all your databases allows you to analyze problematic or inefficient SQL. You can perform tasks that help you tune your SQL, such as view historical data, do trend analysis, review and compare plans, drill down to specific SQL details, and so on.

See Disable and Re-Enable SQL Execution Plan Collections and Findings and Performance Analysis in Using Oracle IT Analytics.

What’s New in Oracle Log Analytics

Learn about what's new in Oracle Log Analytics.

New Features in Oracle Log Analytics in March 2022

Feature Description

Time Series Analysis Using timestats Command

Use the timestats command after the link command to generate time series data for analyzing statistical trends over time.


Timestats Time Series Analysis

For more details and an example with Application Access Logs, see Use timestats Command for Time Series Analysis in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Link Groups Table Timestamps in Milliseconds

The groups table displayed when Link visualization is used is now enhanced to display timestamps with milliseconds information.


Timestamp in milliseconds

For more details and examples, see Groups Table in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

New Features in Oracle Log Analytics in August 2021

Feature Description

unit function in eval command supports currency

Use the unit function in the eval command to mark a field as containing currency. You can then use that field value in your analysis and display corresponding currency symbol in the visualizations and groups table.

See Eval Command in Using Oracle Log Analytics Search.

For an example, see Use the Currency Symbols in Your Log Analysis in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

The example demonstrates how to specify the currency unit using the ISO-4217 code, and then view the currency symbols in the link table and charts.

In the example, the groups are identified based on region, time and type of gasoline. The average price band of gasoline is used to plot the bubbles along y-axis:


The Link Analyze chart shows groups based on region, time and type of gasoline, and cost currency

Here, the groups table shows the average price of gasoline in various currencies and the charts show the variation of the cost across several years for each currency value:


The groups table shows the average price of gasolene in various currencies and the charts show the variation of the cost across several years for each currency value

Additional information available about filter legends in Analyze Chart

Hover your cursor over a filter legend in the Link Analyze Chart to view additional information about those values. For each legend displayed in the chart, you can see the values Clusters, Groups, Average Cluster Range, Minimum Value, and Maximum Value.


Information displayed when you hover the cursor on the filter legend

For details about Clusters, Groups, Average Cluster Range, Minimum Value, and Maximum Value, see Additional Information in Analyze Chart in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

New Features in Oracle Log Analytics in June 2021

Feature Description

New compare command

Use the compare command to compare properties generated by the link command over the comparison intervals specified.

For details about the command, see Compare Command in Using Oracle Log Analytics Search.

Compare the Link metrics across time

Use the compare command to compare metrics generated in link analysis to the previous time windows.

An example histogram chart that indicates the comparison:


example histogram chart that indicates the comparison

An example groups table that indicates the comparison:


example groups table that indicates the comparison

For an example of using the compare command to compare the Link metrics across time, see Compare Link Metrics Across Time in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Navigation option for highlighted groups in Link analysis

Use hot keys to navigate to any of the 500 rows in the Link table.


Navigation using hot keys in the Link table

For more information about the hot keys and an example of using them, see Search and Highlight Link Groups in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Mark a field type as percentage or microsecond in Link analysis

In addition to hour, minute, second and millisecond, you can now mark a field as containing value in microseconds or percentage value.

For more information about the unit function that you can use with the eval command, see section Supported Types for the unit function in Eval Command in Using Oracle Log Analytics Search.

In the following charts, the value of GC Time and GC Contribution are shown in their respective field types:


field type as percentage or microsecond

For an example of specifying the field type, see Mark a Field Type as Percentage or Microsecond in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Add URLs to Link table

You can create links using the url function of the eval command.

For more information about the url function that you can use with the eval command, see section url Function Details in Eval Command in Using Oracle Log Analytics Search.

An example of adding URL to the Link table:


example of adding URL to the Link table

For the query using which you can insert the URL as shown in the example above, see Add URLs to Link Table in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Combine and stack histogram charts in Link analysis

You can combine and stack charts using the Show Combined and Show Stacked options in link.

The following example shows the trend of logs with various values for the Problem Priority field, in a stacked chart:


Combine and stack histogram charts in Link analysis

For the query using which you can combine and stack the histogram charts as shown in the example above, see Combine and Stack Histogram Charts in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Support for CIDRMATCH operator in dictionary lookup

The CIDRMATCH operator supports CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing) match operation rule inside a dictionary lookup.

For an example of using the operator, see the section CIDRMATCH Operator in Create a Dictionary Lookup in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

What's New in Data Explorer and Dashboards

Learn about what's new in Data Explorer and Dashboards.

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in August 2020

Feature Description
Enhancement to the Card visualization option in Data Explorer

In a Card widget, open alert count is now displayed by severity, with icons to denote Fatal and Critical alerts.


Alerts by severity in a Card widget

Enhancement to the Line and Area visualization options in Data Explorer

In a Line or Area widget, you can now view the aggregation of raw data for a 24-hour window in the last 31 days. Previously, you could view aggregation of raw data for a 24-hour window in the last 14 days.

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in June 2020

Feature Description
Enhancement to the Text/HTML widget in Dashboards

The character limit in the Text/HTML widget in Dashboards is now 10,000 characters. Previously, the character limit was 4000 characters.

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in April 2020

Feature Description
Enhancement to the Line and Area visualization options in Data Explorer

In a Line or Area widget, you can now view the AVG aggregation of raw data.

Before you use this feature, you must ensure that:

  • The time range is set for any 24-hour window within the last 14 days in the Global Time Selector.
  • The AVG metric function is added to the Y-axis field.
  • If Entity Name or Entity Display Name attributes are added in the Color or Group by fields, then the Y-axis metric fields must be key based metrics.

When these AVG aggregation conditions are met, the X-axis time selection is set to Time (Automatic: Raw) by default.


Time (Automatic: Raw) in the X-axis field

This enhancement applies to both non-key and key based metric groups. For key based metric groups the AVG function is applied across the raw key data values, unless the key is added to the Color or Group by fields. If the key is added to the Color or Group by fields, the AVG aggregation of raw data for each key can be viewed.

The AVG aggregation of raw data function can be applied on a 1 Hour or 1 Minute rollup window using the Raw Aggregation option. The rollup window default is 1 Hour.


Key based metric in the Color field and the Raw Aggregation option

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in February 2020

Feature Description
Enhancement to the Line and Area visualization options in Data Explorer

In a Line or Area widget, you can now view the SUM aggregation of raw data for any 24-hour window within the last 14 days. Previously, SUM aggregation of raw data was only supported in the Last 24 hours time range.


Sum aggregation of raw data

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in November 2019

Feature Description
Enhancement to the Data Grid visualization option in Data Explorer

In a Data Grid widget, you can now filter data within a selected time range using Timestamp attributes. A Calendar icon in the Data palette identifies Timestamp attributes and here's a scenario to demonstrate how you can use this feature:

  1. In a Data Grid widget for Oracle Database entities, select a Timestamp attribute such as Last Successful Full Non-Disk Media Backup Date in the Data palette, and add it to the Column field in the Visualize column.


    Last Successful Full Non-Disk Media Backup Date attribute in the Column field

  2. Right-click the Timestamp attribute column header to view the Filter Data by Date option. Alternately, you can also hover the mouse over the Timestamp attribute column in the Data Grid widget until a Funnel icon is displayed, and click it.


    Filter Data by Date option

  3. On the Timestamp attribute pop-up, select the operator and dates to set the required time range and click Apply.


    Apply option

    The data is filtered to the selected time range and displayed in the Data Grid widget.

After you set a filter using a Timestamp attribute, the Funnel icon is displayed on the column header to indicate that the data is filtered. To edit or remove the filter, right-click the Timestamp attribute column header and select the required option.


Date Filter options

Note that you can have more than one date filter in a Data Grid widget by adding the relevant Timestamp attributes. In addition, this feature works in Dashboards too.

Enhancements to the Quick Calculation feature in Data Explorer

In Data Explorer, the Quick Calculation feature for metric attributes has been enhanced and includes the following:

  • Additional functions Add, Subtract, and Subtract From. For example, the following screenshot illustrates how this can be used to calculate File System Space Used from the File System Space Available metric by subtracting it from 100.


    Subtract From function in Quick Calculation

  • Arithmetic functions are now supported for two metrics from the same metric group. For example, the following screenshot illustrates how to calculate total memory usage by adding Heap Usage and Non-Heap Memory Usage. Note that currently only non-key based metrics are supported.


    Arithmetic functions for two metrics

Enhancement to the Line and Area visualization options in Data Explorer

In a Line or Area widget, you can now view the SUM aggregation of raw data.

Before you use this feature, you must ensure that:

  • The time range is set within the last 24 hours, for example Last 4 hours, in the Global Time Selector.
  • The SUM metric function is added to the Y-axis field.
  • The Entity Name and Entity Display Name attributes are not added in the Color or Group by fields.

When these SUM aggregation conditions are met, the X-axis time selection is set to Time (Automatic: Raw) by default.


Time (Automatic: Raw) in the X-axis field

This enhancement applies to both non-key and key based metric groups. For key based metric groups the SUM function is applied across the raw key data values, unless the key is added to the Color or Group by fields. If the key is added to the Color or Group by fields, the SUM aggregation of raw data for each key can be viewed.


Key based metric in the Color field

The SUM aggregation of raw data function can be applied on a 1 hour or 1 minute rollup window using the Raw Aggregation option. The rollup window default is 1 hour.


Raw Aggregation option

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in August 2019

Feature Description
Metric key data can now be filtered by multiple criteria

In Data Explorer, when you filter the information displayed in a widget by a metric key, you can now further filter the metric key data by multiple criteria.

For example, if you’re creating a Line widget to view information regarding the Oracle Database entity type and you have added the Storage Tablespace Name metric key in the Attribute Filter, you can now click Add Criteria in the Filter dialog and add multiple filtering criteria.

Add Criteria option

After you click Add Criteria, another row is displayed to define the next criterion. In addition, the Match all and any radio buttons are displayed in the Filter dialog and you can use them to specify if the data should match all or any of the criteria added in the Filter dialog.

Metric Key criteria
Enhancement to the Line visualization option in Data Explorer

In a Line widget, if you’re using the Group by option in the Visualize column, you can now opt to show or hide the Group labels in the widget by clicking the Options icon on the Group by option and selecting Show or Hide.

Group by Show and Hide options

In addition, the data point tooltips in the Line widget now provide Group by information.

Group by information in data point tooltip

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in July 2019

Feature Description
Enhancement to the Card, Data Grid, Donut, and Label visualization options in Data Explorer

In the Card, Data Grid, Donut, and Label widgets, you can now pin the time context selected in the Global Time Selector, including custom date ranges. To do so, select Pin Time Context in the Visualize column.

Pin Time Context option

You can select this option to ensure that any changes to the global time context are ignored and the saved time context is displayed in these widgets. For example, when a Card widget with the pinned time context is added to a dashboard, it displays data for the pinned time context rather than responding to the global time selector.

New Features in Data Explorer and Dashboards in June 2019

Feature Description
Enhancements that allow multiple users to collaborate on Dashboards

The following enhancements enable you to collaborate with other users when using Dashboards. In the Oracle Management Cloud console, you can:

  • View a dashboard's sharing status on the dashboard. An icon is now displayed on the dashboard, and it denotes whether the dashboard is private, shared with selected users, or shared with all users. Note that you can share a dashboard with selected users only using REST API and not from the Oracle Management Cloud console.


    Dashboard Status icon

  • View a dashboard that’s shared with all users in the same tenant.
  • View and edit dashboards created by other users in the same tenant, if you have the OMC Administrator role.
  • View a widget that’s shared with all users in the same tenant, and add it to your dashboard.
  • View and edit widgets created by other users in the same tenant, if you have the OMC Administrator role.

Advanced dashboard collaboration options using REST API are also available. For example, you can share a dashboard with selected users within the same tenant with the VIEW privilege. Contact Support for more information.

Enhancement to the Line visualization option in Data Explorer

When creating a Line widget, you can use the Disable Gaps option in the Visualize column to enable or disable data gaps. If you select Disable Gaps, then data gaps are ignored and a continuous line is displayed.


Disable Gaps option

Entity Status Detail added to the Data palette in Data Explorer

The Entity Status Detail attribute allows you to further filter entities based on their detailed availability status. It corresponds with the Entity Status attribute and if the status of an entity is Up or Down, then the Entity Status Detail displays the same value. However, if the status of an entity is Other, then the Entity Status Detail displays values such as Unreachable, Error, or Not Heard From.


Entity Status Detail

Out-of-the-box linking to Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring pages from the entity display name

You can click the entity display name in the Card, Table, and Data Grid widgets in Data Explorer and monitor the entity on the Monitoring > Entities page in Oracle Infrastructure Monitoring. The following screenshot shows the entity display name in a Card widget.


Entity Display Name

New entity filtering enhancements in Data Explorer and Dashboards

The following are the entity filtering-related enhancements available in Data Explorer and Dashboards:

  • Expression-based filtering in Data Explorer. You can now switch to expression filtering by clicking Expression to the right of the Attribute Filter on the Data Explorer page. The expression supports Entity Type, Entity Status, and Tags.


    Expression option

  • Expression-based filtering can also be enabled as a local filter in Dashboards by clicking the Filter option above the dashboard and typing the entity filter expression in the field that’s displayed.
  • Pie charts and bar charts that are categorized using Entity Type, Entity Status, and Tags have links enabled automatically to navigate to Data Explorer and display entity listing.
  • The Tags attribute is now available in the Data palette in Data Explorer and can be used for filtering.

What’s New in Solutions for Packaged Applications

Learn about what's new in the Oracle Management Cloud solutions for packaged applications.

E-Business Suite Applications

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud for Oracle E-Business Suite Applications in June 2020
Feature Description
Generate alert when your program exceeds a specific running time

You can create an alert rule to generate alerts when your program exceeds the threshold of warning time limit or critical time limit.


Alert rule for creating an alert on your program running time

See Create Alert Rule for Program Run Time in Oracle Management Cloud for Oracle E-Business Suite.

Collection periodicity of Slow Running and Long Pending Requests metrics

The Slow Running and Long Pending Requests metrics under Long Active Concurrent Requests metrics are collected every 5 minutes.

Out-of-the-box query for EBS Concurrent Requests analysis in Oracle Log Analytics

Use the out-of-the-box query available in the Getting Started Panel of Link visualization to perform analysis of logs from EBS Concurrent Requests Logs - Enhanced log source and get the following information:

  • Requests that have already completed execution within the selected time window

  • Currently running requests that show anomalous run times

  • Ability to create an Alert to identify specific requests that took anomalous run time to complete, or still running but with anomalous run time

See Use the Getting Started Panel in Using Oracle Log Analytics.

Siebel Applications

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud for Siebel Applications in February 2019
Feature Description
Enhancement to the Siebel Topology view

In the Topology view, Siebel component nodes are now collated into the Siebel server node. Previously, Siebel components were displayed as independent nodes in the Topology, which made the view difficult to comprehend.

PeopleSoft Applications

New Features in Oracle Management Cloud for PeopleSoft Applications in June 2021
Feature Description
Manual discovery of the entities

You can now choose to discover the PeopleSoft application and other dependent entities of your composite using the manual mode. Create a JSON file by specifying the details of the database and the PeopleSoft entities, save it on the same host where the cloud agent is installed, and specify the name of the JSON file and the file path while discovering the PeopleSoft composite entity using the console.

See Discover a PeopleSoft Application with the Console and Create JSON File for Manual Discovery in Oracle Management Cloud for PeopleSoft.

What’s New in Oracle Orchestration

Learn about what's new in Oracle Orchestration.

New Features in Oracle Orchestration in August 2019

Feature Description
Remediation Action Workflow Creation and Submission

With Oracle Orchestration you can automate remediation actions using workflows. This allows for your environment to automatically respond to alerts or events, helping prevent or fix problems.

See Remediation Action Workflow Creation and Submission in Using Oracle Orchestration.

New Features in Oracle Orchestration in April 2019

Feature Description
JSON Data Passing and Data Extraction

Oracle Orchestration can now recover the output produced from a workflow in variable form.

See Workflow Variables and Data Passing in Using Oracle Orchestration.

Tracking for Nested Workflows

You can now view specific metric and execution details for a Nested Workflow in the Execution Details section.

See Monitor a Workflow Submission in Using Oracle Orchestration.

New Features in Oracle Orchestration in March 2019

Feature Description
Nested Workflows

A parent workflow can now call a child or nested workflow with its own workers and steps, allowing for complex workflows to be executed.

See Author Workflows Using V2.0 Syntax in Using Oracle Orchestration.

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