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Ability to handle all queued process at one time.
Today in ICC when files queued up in "Queued process" It need to be handled manually to move to completed process. Then the process would be eligible for purging. Latest version of ICC 188.8.131.52 will allow user to handle queued process / page. If cu...
Control Center 6.1.2 Web Console - Active Alerts and Queued Activity in One Screen
Prior to 6.1, the Java console can be used to view both Active Alerts and Queued Activity from one screen. However, in 6.1 and above this is not possible in the Web console. The user would either need to open another window or tab and log in a sec...
Control Center 6.1.2 - Add Server Groups as a filterable item in the Active Alerts screen
Control Center 6.1.2: Add Queued Activity (Queued Processes) section for server groups and individual servers
Currently, Queued Activity (Queued Processes) is only available from the Monitor menu on Control Center 6.1.2. This shows all of the queued activity that a user role has access to see. However, the user may only want to see the queued activity for...
Filter by Server Group in Active Alerts and Queued Activity in Control Center 6.1.2
Our operators monitor active alerts and queued activity by server group. Doing so from the Web console doesn't seem possible currently. The only alternative I saw is for the user to go to Servers in the menu and then to Server Groups, then select ...
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...
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 the ability to remove trusted certificates from Connect Direct Secure + managed servers using Control Center
Currently, Control Center allows the user to import a trusted certificate. However, it would be extremely beneficial if the authorized user could also remove unneeded or expired certificates using Control Center.
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, ...)
Control Center - Self Performance Monitoring
We can monitor log files to account for this shortcoming to catch it while it is occurring, however, we would ideally be using the monitoring built in to application (Control Center) to discern when the application is in a distressed state.
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