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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...
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...
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...
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 188.8.131.52 for the Java/Swing console, but not 6.1 and above Web console. Add to user configuration view allowing users to select.
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. Dependin...
EBICS Client is not listed in the protocol list when defining a B2Bi server.
Need to have EBICS Client monitoring, today, only EBICS Server is available. Almost all protocol are available for Cotrol Center monitoring except EBICS Client.
Add TrackingID as a variable that can be passed from B2Bi
TrackingID can be optionally enabled in a B2Bi business process. If it is passed to SCC it can be used to good advantage as a correlator in a workflow SLC to track documents as they are handled by a sequence of business processes. This is a reques...
Possibility of deleting large number of alerts on IBM Control Center
We didn't use IBM Control Center for a while and now we have thousands of alerts to handle. The problem is we only can handle alerts 10 by 10. With this fonctionality, we can handle large number of requests (due to inactivity, IT problem, ...)
collect ebics client messages from B2BI as a standard protocol
Today only Ebics server messages are collected by ICC. for EBICs client, nothing gets to ICC, and therefore ICC is not supervising and monitoring all standard B2Bi protocols. This has a huge impact as we can't use ICC as a central monitoring solut...
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