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Automated Cognos reconfiguration for High Availability
Installing ICC in a High Availability environment requires steps taken to reconfigure Cognos as detailed here:
Option to rename installation directory for Control Center upgrades
We would like to have the option to be able to update the Control Center installation directory location/name after install. For example - when you install it provides a default directory name "ControlCenter6.1.0" as the default name, but when you...
SNMP trap datetime format generated from Sterling Control Center always in UTC format irrespective of datetime config. in SCC settings while requirement is to generate the datetime format in ETC OR as per the configuration presents in the ICC sett...
SCC should secure Cognos using the same certificates as the SCC application by default
The integrated Cognos instance in SCC should be secured using the same certificate stores as the SCC application itself. I should not use a CAMUSER certificate signed by CA as the default when SCC has been secured using private certificates. This ...
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