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Ad Hoc Report Functionality
In version 6.1.3 and earlier when a report is run, the user has the option to keep/download in different versions such as pdf, xls, csv, etc and to email the report. However, in version 6.2, this ad hoc functionality has been removed. While an ad ...
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...
Eliminate the compatibility issue between ICC and Dynatrace monitoring.
The compatibility issue between ICC and Dynatrace prevents use of Control Center Webconsole. Only remediation is to disable the Dynatrace UI agent on the application node. We use Dynatrace for monitoring of all our Sterling Infrastructure and woul...
Improve Control Center Rule Administration
In Control Center 6.2 rule administration can only be done via the Web console. If a new rule or an existing rule is updated that contains a list of servers, there is not a pick list. There is a search, but each server the user wants to select can...
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...
Passing B2Bi Process data to SCC
SCC currently can import a single item from B2Bi Process Data. However, with the use of an Xpath statement multiple process data items can be concatenated into a single string item with optional delimiters or other markers. Sadly, SCC does not hav...
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...
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 t...
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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