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What is new in OpenText MBPM version 9.5?

Posted by Sascha Cutura on 14 July 2017

This blog post provides an overview of the new features and fixed bugs of OpenText MBPM 9.5.

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Topics: MBPM, OpenText MBPM

What is new in OpenText MBPM version 9.4.2?

Posted by Sascha Cutura on 02 April 2016

OpenText MBPM 9.4.2 addresses stability issues and provides support for new environments. See the Supported environments section for more details.

Enhanced SendEmail functionality

When using the OpenText MBPM SendEmail function, you can now specify a delimiter registry setting on the engine machine. Follow these instructions to make the changes manually:

Locate the relevant registry key and add the string key FileDelimiter in the registry location:

64 bit OS:


32 bit OS:



If the FileDelimiter registry key does not exist, the default behavior will be applied, that is the file will be delimited with "," or ";".

The recommended FileDelimiter value is “|” because Windows does not allow the default value as the file name.

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Topics: MBPM, OpenText MBPM

New Features in OpenText MBPM Mobile 9.4

Posted by Sascha Cutura on 30 January 2015

OpenText MBPM Mobile 9.4 includes the following new features:

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Topics: MBPM, Metastorm, OpenText MBPM, 9.4

How to Disable Submit and Cancel Buttons in OpenText MBPM [Quick Tip]

Posted by Sascha Cutura on 24 November 2014

The following client-side script functions are provided for showing and hiding the Submit and Cancel buttons on a form in OpenText MBPM:


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Topics: OpenText MBPM, Metastorm BPM, Quick Tip, Client-side scripting, Javascript

Setting the Alert Message in Loopback actions with Metastorm [Quick Tip]

Posted by Sascha Cutura on 31 July 2014

Sometimes we get questions from our customers to very fundamental functionality in OpenText MBPM. One of them was regarding the Alert Message which is visble to users in the ToDo- and Watchlist when using Loopback actions. When using a Loopback action, by default the action updates the Alert Message with the action name of the Loopback action itself. This might not be the expected result. In some cases, the prefered result is to show the previous message, the one which was responsible for the folder ending up at a specific stage. The following quick tip is based on a short cut solution which has been made available by Metastorm many years ago.

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Topics: OpenText MBPM, Metastorm BPM, Metastorm Designer, Quick Tip, GetEarlierMessage, Loopback Action

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