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The client has a requirement to see exactly case related transactions under the case when we use a calendar profile. For example; (1month calendar - txns amount > 1000 and sent to Turkey).. We can put a query with the same conditions and I can ...
Consolidated alarm in Index Based Evaluation cases should show the timestamp of the aggregated hits and also the IBE name that triggered the hit
Right now it only shows the index value and the score and investigator has no way of knowing when the hits were aggregated. So if in a case there are multiple hits consolidated the investigator has no way of knowing which hit was aggregated at wha...
2-point review of cases Looking for a solution (enhancement) where after an analyst dispositions a case but the case meets pre-defined criteria i.e., New Account Open, High Dollar Value, High Dollar Deposits etc. would then be reviewed by a 2nd an...
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