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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 188.8.131.52 - Initiate Shutdown of EP from Web Console
Since much of the functionality is being moved to the Web console, it would be great if an admin could shutdown an event processor (one they're not logged on) and initiate the shutdown. Maybe even a system wide shutdown. The admin and other users ...
B2Bi server down should indicate node ID
When ICC sees that a node went down in B2Bi, it only shows the server name/alias and not the node that went down
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.
change the time stamp to real time.
Completed processes or file transfers
the here is what shown -- can that 30 min ago be changed to the actual end time? It would show 12:38 and not 30 mins ago
Ended Type Server Process name Process
Jun 19, 2020 (30 minutes ago) C:D NDM...
Auto alert facility when an adapter or any component is down.
Hi IBM Team, As of today, there is no alerting functionality in SSP or SEAS if an important component or adapter is down. Would be good if some default error reporting via different channels like email etc. could be incorporated in the Production.
Sterling Control Center Having an alert on unhandled alerts
Can Control Center generate an alert if a previous alert is not marked as handled if x amount of time has expired?
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 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 return...
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 are ...
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