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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.
Ability to right click in order to comment and/or handle an alert
On Control Center 6.1.3 there are two different icons for commenting and handling alerts. The user currently has to select a check box and then click on the comment or handle icons for the alert. These comment and handle icons are static. Depen...
Single Sign On for IBM Control Center using IBM Sterling Secure Proxy
Implementation of Single Sign On for IBM Control Center using IBM Sterling Secure Proxy, similar to myfilegateway for Sterling File Gateway for external trading partners :
In a IBM Sterling B2B Integrator Global Implementation, for a external tra...
Display actual time instead of elapsed time for recent completed transfers
When trying to pinpoint when a transfer happened for troubleshooting, or any other reason, it would be a lot better if the time was displayed instead of 47 minutes ago or 2 hours ago...
We were able to replay the transfer before, and looks like that feature was removed from further versions
We were able to replay the transfer before, and looks like that feature was removed from further versions.We wanted to be able to replay the files from completed file transfers interface.
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
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 ...
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.
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
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