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Restrict a user to one specific report
As of now we dont have option to restrict a particular user to specific reports ( either in standard SCC or reports created in cognos)
Extend Report formatting options in Cognos to the SCC interface
Report formatting options for page output should be present in SCC and not require the report to be created, scheduled, and then modified manually in Cognos. Page layout, fit to page, and other options should be part of the report definition in SC...
Audit logs should be created when a CD or B2Bi node is Paused/Resumed recording the ID
In production situations node monitoring by Control Center is critical for alerting on failures. Currently someone can pause monitoring and we have no way of determining who did so.
Enable Control Center reports to display in multiple time zones
Currently when a user starts to setup a report to be ran, Control Center defaults with the time zone that the console preferences are set it. There is a drop down menu for other time zones, but when a user selects one of these, the report will not...
Control Center: File Agent notification for "*** File cannot be processed...May be FTPied in... ***"
Need File Agent notification for "*** File cannot be processed...May be FTPied in... ***" situation.
Control Center: Enhance the SLC Summary Report
Please enhance the SLC Summary report so that a server name can be selected. A user may not want a summary of all of the slc, but maybe just the ones from a specific server.
How to control the return URL of reports submitted to Cognos from IBM Control Center
When submitting a report in Control Center, or when opening a Cognos Studio session, the URL comes back to the client workstation with the server name and tries to connect on port 9300. How can this be configured to not expose the host name?
SCC reporting limitation needs to be greatly increased or removed
Currently, when running Cognos based reporting through SCC, there is a hard limit of 5000 records being returned. We need this increased since some days we have more than 100k files transferred or alerts that need to be reported for a time period ...
Report creation should be extended to the Web Console
Report creation and modification options should be extended to the Web Admin Console.
Control Center 6.0 and 6.1 - Enhance Connect Direct Process Details Report
I noticed that the Connect Direct Process Details report does not display the source file. Please add this as an available column. This is helpful information especially when the source file may be a gdg or have a date and time stamp. I realize th...
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