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Add user specific information to Control Center web login and dashboard pages
Control Center web console login page is currently a base page of nothing but a login and password with bare minimum information. The ability is needed to be able to customize that page for our environment. Warning banner for the user that this is...
Centralized password file for Control Center connection IDs
The connection ID and password has to be configured for each Connect:Direct node added to Control Center. The password in use has to be changed on a regular basis requiring that all nodes using that particular ID and password be touched on a month...
Improve Control Center Calendars
There needs to be more flexibility with Control Center calendars. Let's say for example, I need a calendar for January, April, July, and October to be daily. The way calendar maintenance currently works, if I select all of the active days for thos...
Unlimited timeout for a user on Web Dashboard
Our 24/7 monitoring needs all dashboards running all time; so no logout or timeout for a given user.Please make this functionality available for web based dashboards for Control center.
Add DVG to SNMP Alerts
We have a requirement to send DVG in a SNMP trap; DVG is available in the event but there is no field in SNMP to reflect that. Could you please add DVG in the SNMP trap.
Control Center 6.1 - Web Console Enhancement #3
I believe that IBM's objective is to move all of the functionality that is in the Java console to the Web console. There is some functionality that is available in both. One of these is rules management. On the Java console a user can duplicate an...
Security Admin Role
Create a Security Admin Role that can add/delete id's in all roles and not have access to any other administration permissions such as being able to administer the application, add nodes, etc. This role is for the Security group to manage the priv...
Control Center 22.214.171.124 - Initiate Shutdown of EP from Web Console
Since much of the functionality is being moved to the Web console, it would be great if an admin could shutdown an event processor (one they're not logged on) and initiate the shutdown. Maybe even a system wide shutdown. The admin and other users ...
Control Center 6.1 - Conf Migrated from other server - EP's from old server
When a Control Center 6.1 configuration that has multiple EP's that is migrated to a new server, the EP's from the old server appear in the new setup. Why can't the EP's from the old configuration be deleted during installation or by running the c...
Control Center 126.96.36.199 and 6.1: Need support for MS SQL Server (ALWAYSON)
Please test and verify if Control Center 188.8.131.52 and 6.1 can support a MS SQL Server ALWAYSON environment. If not, please add an enhancement for this. Thanks.
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