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More Robust Search Options in SCC web client
In the Sterling Control Center Web Client, under the Monitor, Completed File Transfers screen... We would like to see more robust search criteria. Currently it is allowing us to search based on data, server, filename and status. Our biggest use ...
Change password capability at ICC web UI
Our banking client in Middle East requests that an non-admin user should be able to change his/her own password at web UI. You can do this via thick client however client wants to have that capability at web UI since it is the roadmap of ICC and m...
EBICS Client is not listed in the protocol list when defining a B2Bi server.
Need to have EBICS Client monitoring, today, only EBICS Server is available. Almost all protocol are available for Cotrol Center monitoring except EBICS Client.
Add TrackingID as a variable that can be passed from B2Bi
TrackingID can be optionally enabled in a B2Bi business process. If it is passed to SCC it can be used to good advantage as a correlator in a workflow SLC to track documents as they are handled by a sequence of business processes.This is a reques...
Customizing user web interface.
We want customize user web interface with some predifined templates, to set by default for a user and/or roles. Goal is to set columns in a predefined order, and remove the unwanted ones.
We were able to replay the transfer before, and looks like that feature was removed from further versions
We were able to replay the transfer before, and looks like that feature was removed from further versions.We wanted to be able to replay the files from completed file transfers interface.
Possibility of deleting large number of alerts on IBM Control Center
We didn't use IBM Control Center for a while and now we have thousands of alerts to handle. The problem is we only can handle alerts 10 by 10. With this fonctionality, we can handle large number of requests (due to inactivity, IT problem, ...)
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...
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.
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