The following enhancements have been made for Oracle Infinity Data Collection:
- The IP Mask Plugin is a new plugin that simplifies the configuration of IP address masking in the Oracle Infinity Tag. Through the use of this plugin, you may replace the last octet of an IP address with zeros. This is done by adding the parameter, dcsipa=1, which instructs the collection server to mask IP addresses. To learn more, click here. To update your existing Oracle Infinity Tag, please contact your Oracle account representative.
Note: If you are using the Blocklist Plugin with a custom whitelist, include the parameter, dcsipa, to your whitelist, or IP addresses will not be masked.
- The Blocklist Plugin has been updated to be case insensitive for query parameter values. After updating your tag, you no longer need to specify multiple cases for the parameters you want to whitelist or blacklist. To update your existing Oracle Infinity Tag, please contact your Oracle account representative.
The following enhancement has been made for Oracle Infinity Analytics:
- Funnel Analysis. When editing the configuration of a funnel, its steps can now be dragged and dropped into different positions. Simply place your cursor over the "Drag and Drop" icon on the step, click, and drag it into the desired position.
The following Oracle Infinity defects has been resolved:
- The Totals row disappears from the report table when the Segment or Search drawer is open. (INF-26197)