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Prism release preview 5th May 2020

We’re pleased to announce that the next release of Prism is now available for preview.
This release includes:

  • Facets under the ‘More’ link are shown as a list
  • Searching Summon as part of the Prism pro ILL Request workflow
  • A security fix in My Account
  • Prism Pro E-Pay improvements

Facets under a More link are shown as a list

Now when you click on a More facet, the results are displayed in ascending alphabetical order. Options are provided to sort the list in descending order or by the count of the number of matches

Searching Summon as part of the Prism pro ILL Request workflow

During the initial stages of creating an ILL request through Prism, the system carries out a search of the catalogue using the details the requester has entered. This search will now be carried out against Summon if this is the default catalogue.

A security fix in My account

A fix in the My Account area has been applied to close a security issue

Prism Pro E-Pay improvements

Changes have been made to the information passed by Prism Pro e-Pay functionality to Capita Payments SCP9 payment provider.

  • Charge types can now be mapped to a fund code
  • The borrower barcode can be mapped, via Reference, to the payment transaction

Making the most of your preview

Please check the preview version as early as possible to become familiar with the new functionality and to ensure that your tenancy still behaves as expected in terms of functionalities, including extensions, and styling.

To preview this release, please precede your tenancy URL with ‘demo.’, like this:{your tenancy name}. If you have your own host name, you’ll need to use instead.

Release to the live service

The release of Prism to the live service will now be on Thursday 28th May 2020.

Comments and contact

If you have any comments, questions or suggestions please get in touch. You can comment here on the Soprano blog or contact our support team directly. To suggest and discuss additional features please visit the  Prism Ideas Forum.

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