PITSS.CON Release 23.3.1 with an outlook

Just in time for Advent, PITSS delivers the first gift – PITSS.CON Release 23.3.1.

In this blog article, we take a detailed look at the outstanding functions of the latest PITSS.CON version as well as the PITSS ‘ “development laboratory”, where the seamless work on the in-house product range continues.



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Highlights of PITSS.CON Release 23.3.1

1. Simplified integration through automatic parsing and loading of modules
With this release, the integration of PITSS.CON is easier than ever before. Automatic parsing and loading of modules enable a seamless connection and speeds up the workflow for developers significantly.

2. Code refactoring (BL2DB) for the migration from Oracle Forms to Oracle APEX
Another focus is on simplifying the migration from Oracle Forms to Oracle APEX. Enhancements in the area of code invoicing (BL2DB) effectively support developers in making a smooth transition.

3. New “ProFind” module – process detection and documentation of highest quality
The brand new “ProFind” module sets standards in process documentation. It enables detailed recording of all objects, object components, processes and dependencies down to the smallest detail to ensure optimal preparation for modernization projects.

4. Supports the latest Oracle Forms version
The new PITSS.CON version supports the latest Oracle Forms version to ensure that developers can benefit from the latest features and a smooth integration.

5. Certification on the Oracle Autonomous Database
Release 23.3.1 brings a certification on the Oracle Autonomous Database with it. This underlines the high quality and security of PITSS.CON in the modern database landscape.

6. Improvements in the generation of APEX applications
The generation of APEX applications has been further optimized to enable developers to work more efficiently and precisely.

7. Supports the latest Oracle APEX version 23.2
PITSS.CON remains compatible with the latest technologies. Support of Oracle APEX version 23.2 is a clear signal for the innovative capability of the PITSS product.

8. Extension in project management for Forms2APEX projects
The project management for Forms2APEX projects has been extended to give developers even more control and overview of their projects.

As a PITSS.CON customer, you can now arrange your individual PITSS.CON New Release Session with your team and one of our experts. Let us show you the new features and how you can benefit from them with your application.

A look into the future: Visionary developments with PITSS.CON

PITSS.CON’s developments are continuously ongoing and a look into the future promises exciting innovations:

1. Pattern and handwriting recognition of developers
PITSS product developers continue to work on increasing the level of meaningful generation in APEX. This is to be achieved by recognizing patterns and the handwriting of each developer using pattern recognition.
Possible hurdles and errors in APEX are to be recognized automatically and provided with context help to ensure a smooth development process.

2. Further development of ProFind through machine learning and AI
ProFind takes itself to a new level by integrating machine learning and artificial intelligence. It will not only analyze tables, but also recognize concepts and layers (bottom-up) to enable a deep understanding of applications.

3. APEX Project Eye Integration
The integration of APEX Project Eye (APE) will enable comprehensive visualization and monitoring of APEX projects to further optimize the development process. The perfect complement to the ProFind module.

4. ProcMAPE – Monitoring, analysis, planning and execution
The strategic goal of ProcMAPE development is the implementation of an automated solution approach for monitoring and analysing ongoing processes as well as the planning and system execution of necessary process and code adaptations. Self-learning (implementing self-learning algorithms), self-adopting (adaptation of software to user behaviour) and software development (continuous software development towards more adaptable systems) are components of this development.

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Uta Daniels
Assistant of Sales Management
+49 711/914-012-27