Release Date: April 2 2020
UIN Manager and UIN Search Combined
This release of UIN Manager combines the functionality of both the UIN Search and UIN Manager applications into a single application.
Those who have roles for both apps will not need to switch apps to use the two different search or management interfaces.
The UIN Manager’s role selector which previously drove the behavior of the app has been removed. Now you will have all the options available to you based on your roles granted, as explained in the below table.
|Order||Role||Description||Effective Permissions||Default View|
|1.||UIN-CENTADM||UIN Manager Employee Administration||All “Manage Employee” operations against UINs||Manage screen|
|5.||UIN-SINQ||UIN Search Inquiry Only||“Search” screen search||UIN Search screen|
|4.||UIN-SADD||UIN Search+ UIN Add||“Search” screen search and add UINs||UIN Search screen|
|3.||UIN-SUPD||UIN Search + UIN Update||“Search” screen search, add and update UINs||UIN Search screen|
|2.||UIN-SUPER||UIN Search + Super User Admin||All “Search” screen operations against UINs, including add and update,
App “Utility” functions – alert messages, clearing app cache
|UIN Search screen|
|6.||UIN-SYSADM||UIN Manager System Admin||App “Utility” functions – alert messages, clearing app cache||Utility functions|
The application was modified to run on the Microsoft .NET Core platform and move UIN management interfaces to one application, but to otherwise remain true to the behavior of the original applications.
In addition, you will likely notice some improvements. For example, the application now validates all form input according to UIN management rules before it is submitted.