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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 cust...
CC 6.1 handling more than 10 alerts at a time
Sometimes we need to handle a lot of alerts at a time, e.g. more than 900. Because this is currently not possible with version 6.1 we can't use it.
More Flexibility Needed for Control Center Web Console time out.
I know that in Control Center 6.1.3, the maximum amount of time for the Web console is 30 minutes. Please add an enhancement that gives administrators more flexibility in expanding this beyond 30 minutes. This is needed for our shop because the Ba...
Change password capability at ICC web UI
Our banking client in Middle East requests that an non-admin user should be able to change his/her own password at web UI. You can do this via thick client however client wants to have that capability at web UI since it is the roadmap of ICC and m...
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.
Control Center 6.1 - Web Console Enhancement #4
I know that the eventual goal for Control Center is to move everything to the Web console and do away with the Java console. Currently in the Web console, a user that has appropriate access, can create, update, and delete rules. However, I notice ...
Enhancement request for Control Center 6.1 Web Console
The new Web Console design does have a nice look. However, there seems to be a lot of wasted space (white space). Reduce the space between rows. For example, on the Active Alerts and Queued Activity screens, there is too much space between each ro...
Control Center rules: Time value key needed
I currently have a Control Center rule setup for message ID's CCTR135I or CCTR138I. I want to be alerted if inserts or retrievals take 1 minute or more. I do not see a way to do this currently with the keys that are available. Right now, I have it...
Control Center SLC Debug Report
I am testing with version 188.8.131.52 and I learned that when I run the SLC Debug report, it now saves this report in the logs directory with the engine logs on the server where the Control Center engine runs. It was explained to me the reason why thi...
Test and Certify Control Center 184.108.40.206 and 6.1.1 for Windows Server 2016
Shops that are setting up new server environments are starting to move towards Windows Server 2016. Having versions 220.127.116.11 and 6.1.1 both tested and certified to run on Windows Server 2016 would help keep the server environments more standardized...
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