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Improve Control Center Calendars
There needs to be more flexibility with Control Center calendars. Let's say for example, I need a calendar for January, April, July, and October to be daily. The way calendar maintenance currently works, if I select all of the active days for thos...
Control Center 6.1 - Web Console Enhancement #2
It seems that some functionality has been removed from the Web console in version 6.1 that was there in version 18.104.22.168. In 22.214.171.124 from the Active Alerts screen a user could filter what they wanted to see. I do not see any way of doing this in ve...
Control Center OpenVMS Support
We would like IBM Control Center to be able to monitor and manage C:D nodes on the OpenVMS platform.
API for Handling Alerts
Please develop an API for handling Control Center alerts. Internal applications that use Control Center data would benefit from this.
Sometimes mistakes happen. A user may accidentally handle an alert. It would be great if an enhancement was added where as long as the handled alert is still present in the Handled Alerts Monitor, the user could then check that handled alert and s...
Duplicate rules and/or actions in Control Center 6.2.1
Prior to version 6.2, rules and/or actions could be duplicated by using the classic console. During the duplication action, the user changes the necessary information in order to make the new rule/action unique. I don't see a way to do this in ver...
Add Servers in Control Center Monitoring to Connect:Direct Web Services Automatically
When utilizing APIs or manual entry of servers to ICC monitoring, have that automatically add the servers to the Connect:Direct Web Services. This will alleviate hours of manual work when onboarding new servers or existing servers to allow for Web...
Consolidate all ICC admin functionality under Web Console.
Currently functions in ICC such as creating SLC's for all types other then simple SLC and creating/managing DVGs all must be done through the Classic Console. Besides the inconvenience of switching back and forth between the Web Console and Classi...
Add line number column to be used for Active Alerts
On the Active Alerts screen for the Web console there isn't a line/item # column. This exists in version 126.96.36.199 for the Java/Swing console, but not 6.1 and above Web console. Add to user configuration view allowing users to select.
Ability to edit SLC name
Currently if a user wants to change the name of a SLC, it must be duplicated and then a new name can be given and the original slc can be deleted. The SLC name needs to be an editable field to allow updates.
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