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Have Control Center be able to monitor alternate IP addresses for CD fail over servers
Currently when a CD server is defined on Control Center only one IP address can be listed. We have some failover servers where the name of the Connect Direct is the same, but if the primary goes down and the failover comes up, Control Center canno...
Allow Admin User To Act As Non-Admin User
As a Control Center admin, I can see all activity while signed in with my own credentials. To troubleshoot incidents for other users, it is advantageous to sign in with the same credentials they have so that I can see things from their points of v...
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 184.108.40.206. In 220.127.116.11 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.
Mannualy Delete an Alert
Customer is one of the biggest bank in Brazil. They have the need to, as soon as the action handle an alert, delete the alert from the list
Add release and delete functionality to Queued Processes Monitor in Control Center 18.104.22.168
I believe I just found that there is no option to delete or release a process that is shown in the Queued Processes monitor (aka Queued Activity Monitor). The only option is to clear. The functionality to delete or release a process needs to be im...
Add an indicator on the Web Console for Connect Direct that would show as to whether it has Secure + or not
Adding a Secure + indicator to the Web console would be beneficial in that it would provide a more complete picture.
Queued Process Monitor needs to be updated
There are instances where the queued process monitor shows processes that are sometimes days old. There should be a way to ensure that processes in the Queued Processes are actually running.
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...
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