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Saving Filters in Control Center
We have a lot of users of SCC that monitor file transfers on a daily basis using the Select Statistics function of SCC. They would like the ability to save the filter they create and run so it can be accessed again instead of having to create a b...
Control Center Quarterly Recurrence Calendar
Currently when creating a new Control Center calendar, the only recurrence selections available are daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly. I believe it would be useful to add a quarterly recurrence as well.
collect ebics client messages from B2BI as a standard protocol
Today only Ebics server messages are collected by ICC. for EBICs client, nothing gets to ICC, and therefore ICC is not supervising and monitoring all standard B2Bi protocols. This has a huge impact as we can't use ICC as a central monitoring solut...
IBM Control Center Email Alert Formating
Email alerts, from Control Centre are in plain text format.
Can the alert email format be using for example XLST and HTML to mark critical warning and success with appropriate coloring?
Can we have for separate, for each alert, its own configurati...
Control Center: Add Free Text Field tab for slc's
Please add a tab to Control Center slc's where slc managers can enter free text. It could allow them to add instructions/additional information.
Control Center 6.0 Web Console Enhancement #3
Currently it is possible to interface with other systems such as Connect Direct and Sterling B2B Integrator and File Gateway from the Java console. This functionality is not currently present in the Web console.
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...
Ability to view Secure Proxy configurations via Control Center
When the Sterling Secure Proxy platform is connected, need to be able to view the connection information contained within the environment, similar to what is available for Connect:Direct connections. Being able to view the audit log for changes i...
Secure Connectivity to iSeries C:D Nodes
Currently Control Center doesn't have the capability to logon to iSeries C:D nodes using a secure logon.
Control Center 6.1 - Web Console Enhancement #4
I know that the eventual goal for Control Center is to move everything to the Web console and do away with the Java console.Currently in the Web console, a user that has appropriate access, can create, update, and delete rules. However, I notice ...
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