The main changes for the 4.5.2 release are:
You now need fewer permissions to collect file ownership information during crawling. You no longer need to use an administrator account to collect file ownership information.
Improved warning and error reporting for data ingestion
The main changes for the 4.5.1 release are:
The main changes for the 4.5.0 release are:
The SharePoint 2013+ data sources now have improved performance and reliability. The configuration parameters for the SharePoint 2013+ data sources have changed.
We’ve updated the User Settings page for this release.
You can now move multiple data sources to a new data set in one step.
The main changes for the 4.4.0 release are:
The Cookbook is a new feature in our help system. It’s a set of ‘data’ recipes that you can experiment with.
If you have a task in mind, it’s likely that someone else has already faced a similar situation. In our Cookbook, we’ve captured some of the most common tasks we’ve seen.
This one’s for advanced platform users.
When you’re creating a file share data source, you can now browse to the location you want to work on.
When you are creating a file share data source, you can test the details you’ve entered. This helps you to detect errors before you start to ingest from that data source.
Use the Telemetry page to see reports on important platform details and metrics.
The platform automatically generates a new report every 30 days. You can also generate a report manually any time you want.
Use the System overview page to see a summary of information about the hardware, software, and network you’re using with Exonar.
You can now override the job description that Exonar gives to a new data source when you create it. You can supply your own description as long as it’s unique. It can be up to 1000 characters long.
You can now see a lot more detail of data ingestion.
We have improved data source error reporting.
On the Data Sources page, Exonar returns error count information for the data sources with the largest number of errors.
Previously, it displayed the first 10. We have increased that limit to 10000.
We have improved the performance of our SMB connector when downloading medium and large files.
We have improved stability when processing complex files.
The main changes for the 4.3.0 release are:
Exonar Reveal can now work with data from MySQL databases.
Online tutorials are now available for most of Exonar's main features.
Exonar's new homepage gives you easier access to all the main features.
The main changes for the 4.2.0 release are:
In Exonar 4.2.0, we’ve deprecated duplication detection.
If you currently use duplication detection and need to continue, contact our Support team. They’ll enable it for you again so you can work without interruption.
The main changes for the 4.1.0 release are:
Entity detection for new countries
Exonar can now detect information such as telephone numbers and postal codes in formats from the Netherlands, Portugal, and Italy.
This results in name changes to some of the metadata fields:
NI Numbers is now National ID Numbers
NI Number Count is now National ID Number Count
Postcodes is now Postal Codes
Postcode Count is now Postal Code Count
The main changes for the 4.0.2 release are:
The Risk dashboard has a set of charts that show stored information that’s likely to conflict with your data risk policies.
You can see low, medium, and high concentrations of data relating to credit card numbers, email addresses National ID numbers, people’s names, and telephone numbers.
The main changes for the 4.0.1 release are:
Enterprise Vault data sources now have improved performance and reliability.
You can now use sampling on database data sources. For example, if you specify a sample size of 500, we’ll crawl the first 500 rows rather than the entire table or view.
For Microsoft SQL Server data sources, you can now crawl all the tables in a database rather than just one table or view.
You can now edit the definitions of workflows.
The main changes for the 4.0.0 release are:
Use Google Drive as a data source.
Form search is a new way to search. The first form we’re releasing is called Data Subject Search. It helps you to find data on an individual. It’s very useful for Subject Access Requests.
You can set up workflows to periodically search your data estate and take action on items they find.
It’s now even easier to apply tags to your data. Tagging jobs run faster too!