Effective in version 9.6.1 HotFix 3, Business Glossary resources have behavior changes.
Business Glossary resources have the following behavior changes:
Privileges required to load Business Glossary resources
Effective in 9.6.1 HotFix 3, to load Business Glossary resources, you need the Load Resource, Manage Resource, and View Model privileges.
Previously, to load Business Glossary resources, you needed the Load Resource and Manage Models privileges for the Metadata Manager Service.
Migrating related catalog objects after upgrade
Effective in version 9.6.1 HotFix 3, do not run the mmcmd migrateBGLinks command after you upgrade a business glossary from version 9.5.x. The migrateBGLinks command restores related catalog objects for upgraded business glossaries. The command now runs automatically the first time that you load a Business Glossary resource after upgrade.
Previously, you had to run the migrateBGLinks command as the last step in the upgrade process for business glossaries.
Related catalog objects for categories
Effective in version 9.6.1 HotFix 3, you cannot create related catalog objects for categories. You can still create related catalog objects for business terms.
Previously, you could relate categories to other categories or to business glossaries in Metadata Manager, but you could not relate categories to other metadata objects. If you did create category to category or category to glossary relationships in Metadata Manager, Metadata Manager did not update these relationships in the Analyst tool business glossary.
To create term to term, term to category, category to term, or category to category relationships, use the Analyst tool.
Property names that contain special characters
Effective in 9.6.1 HotFix 3, Metadata Manager can load Business Glossary resources that contain custom properties with special characters in the name. However, Metadata Manager does not extract custom properties that contain special characters in the name.
Specifically, Metadata Manager does not extract custom properties with names that contain any of the following special characters:
~ ' & * ( ) [ ] | \ : ; " ' < > , ? /
Previously, if you tried to load a Business Glossary resource that contained custom properties with any of these characters in the name, the load failed.