Monad Solutions partner with GBG to deliver Digital Transformation capability by combining world-class Identity Verification and People Screening solutions with Oracle Policy Automation Monad Solutions and GBG have established a partnership which will blend the unique capabilities of Oracle Policy Automation (OPA) with GBG’s world leading technology to support the digital transformation of both […]
Survey reports that regulations and their implementation are a major concern for compliance workforces globally. The recently released NASDAQ Global Compliance Survey noted that over the past year there has been a significant focus on compliance, resulting in hefty increases in compliance spending, resources and staff worldwide. About half of respondents state that their […]
Why do we need a local instance of OPA Hub? Whilst Oracle Policy Modeling 12 contains a valuable Debug tool, there are many projects that need to be demonstrated in the Hub environment, either because they require integration with external components, or for the purposes of demonstration and testing in a live environment. This can […]
The use of OPA for assessing the needs of vulnerable citizens – Computer-Assisted-Interviewing (CAI) refers to the way in which computers can be used in the development and administering of survey questionnaires rather than using a paper questionnaire.
In this tutorial we will be going through the steps on how to migrate Oracle Policy Automation projects from version 10.4 (On Premise OPA) to 11 (Cloud based OPA).
In this article, we will be exploring the Batch Processor in Oracle Policy Modelling. The Batch Processor allows a large number of cases to be processed in batch. It can take input from comma separated files or from a database and can output to the same.
This article describes my favoured Eclipse set up to work with OPA web applications (ODS and OWD) in Java. I will describe a set up for OWD, but this can easily be adapted for ODS.
I have just been playing around with the new 10.2 release of Oracle Policy Automation (OPA) and I have to say this is quite a major step forward for a minor point release. For those who have not seen the release note, the following is extracted from the Oracle 10.2 release overview