Journey Workspaces is a Journey Manager (JM) module providing web portal functionality for application management. Workspaces has been completely redesigned, adding powerful filtering capabilities (based on new JM REST APIs) that will enable users to find and manipulate applications quickly.
Currently, Journey Workspaces supports back-office business process functionality including:
- Application processing: Review pending applications that require manual intervention as part of the application workflow.
- Helpdesk: Assist customers with their enquiries on application preparation and progress.
- Assisted channel: Relationship managers can initiate and manage customer applications throughout the application lifecycle.
- Task management: Features that allow task group managers to manage applications in their group.
Journey Workspaces also offers functionality for non-bank users via Journey Brokers, a self-service portal for authenticated applicants to manage application creation, respond to follow-up requests, and monitor application progress.
This guide explains how to set up Workspaces in Journey Manager, and how to develop and deploy a Workspaces client application, including the steps required to configure collaboration jobs to work with Workspaces.
To deploy and configure Journey Workspaces in your JM environment, you need access to the following resources.
- Journey Manager 22.10 or later.
- A JM user account with privileges for deploying and configuring WAR files.
- A Workspaces installation (WAR) file.
The Workspaces installation file is bundled with the Journey Manager installer as an optional package, and this is the recommended deployment method. However, the Workspaces installation file is also available to download from the Journey Manager resources website (login required).
If you are deploying Workspaces in a Temenos cloud hosting environment, contact the Temenos cloud hosting team for assistance in configuring the Apache proxy settings to access the Workspaces portal after deployment.
It is assumed you are proficient with the Journey Manager platform, collaboration jobs, scripting with Groovy and Fluent functions, and setting up forms in Journey Manager. If you're unfamiliar with any of these, use the links above to learn about them, or contact us to discuss e-Learning and instructor-led training options.
Supported web browsers
Journey Workspaces has been designed for and tested against the following web browsers.
- Microsoft Edge
For the best Workspaces experience, we recommend using the latest version of a supported web browser, and that you keep your browser updated, especially through the application of security patches. While you may be able to access Workspaces using other browsers, there's no guarantee that everything will work, and you may not enjoy the same great user experience that is available when using a supported browser.
One active session
JM allows only one active Journey Workspaces session per user. You can login to Journey Workspaces on multiple browsers, but only the first browser in which you perform an action will be successful. The second and subsequent browsers in which you attempt an action will report an HTTP
403 Forbidden status code.
IE11 support discontinued
Workspaces support for Internet Explorer is discontinued. For details, see Update on TJM Support for IE11.
Frequently asked questions
Workspaces is highly configurable, so you may have questions about deploying, configuring, or using Workspaces. We've captured some commonly asked questions in the Workspaces FAQ, and you might find answers to your questions there.
About this documentation
The following conventions are used in this documentation.
|Defined terms are displayed exactly as shown in the Terminology section below.
|To display the Details Screen, click a Txn.
|Named user interface elements are displayed in bold font.
|Click Import to complete the WAR file deployment.
The following defined terms are used in this documentation.
|Establish how a Workspaces instance behaves by defining application-level parameters, attributes or properties; for example, defining the Workspaces Global Txn property in JM. Note that only users with appropriate permissions can access and make changes to configuration options.
|A Details screen section that presents different kinds of custom information such as applicant details, background check details, or any other custom information not included in the default configuration.
|A Workspaces screen showing comprehensive information for a selected Txn. To display the Details screen, click a Txn item in the table on the List screen.
|Key Info card
|A section at the top of the Details screen that shows key information about the Txn.
|A Workspaces screen showing a configurable list of Txns available to the logged-in user.
|Service Level Agreement.
|A single item in a List screen table. The Details screen shows comprehensive information for a single Txn. Also referred to as a Task.