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Control Center Email Action Ehancement
I recently learned that in a Control Center email action, if the body of the email action is left blank, it will return all of the available variables for the rule parameters you have set. I did some testing where I removed all of the variables I...
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.
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...
Custom Events From Sterling File Gateway
Currently, when Control Center records a "File Gateway" event that has been custom created within File Gateway, the "short text" of the event in Control Center shows only "com. sterlingcommerce.scc.common.i18n.FgMessages " where "" is the SFG...
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.
Control Center Web Console Select Statistics Returning Oldest Data in Database
Web console version of Control Center, when selecting statistics for a server, returns (attempts) all of the statistics for the server selected by default during the initial selection.Our environment holds 90 days of data, and the delay in returni...
Control Center List processes in Rules
In an environment like ours, we have numerous file transmissions that are monitored by Control Center. There are several process names that we ignore by having a rule where the action = no operation. One option is to build multiple rules that ar...
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...
Ability to pass custom alerts to SCC from B2Bi
This is for the ability to send custom alerts to SCC from B2Bi/SFG systems. A service should be designed for use in business processes to allow information to be passed into SCC.
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