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ITXA - Support for ITXA 9.0 on Amazon cloud infra with Linux 7.3 VM
Team as per PMR 32724,122,000. We are looking to install ITXA 9.0 on Linux 7.3 VM withing Amazon Cloud Infra. The PMR team has pointed saying they do not support.However, the question is how does it really matter to the software ITXA/SPE which act...
When creating an invoice in the supplier portal, tax has to be added at either header or line level.It is possible to set up tax codes - but not a rate associated with a code - so it has to be entered by the supplier manually each time
Supplier Portal needs a way to allow a vendor to correct an invoice previously submitted.
SSP CD node configuration allow selection of multiple secure protocols to allow upshifting like CD for migration efforts
The CD node entry in an SSP netmap does not permit selecting multiple protocols in the Secure+ panel. This inhibits SSP from negotiating properly with CDs where more than one protocol is selected.
Create Config File Separate From Base Files
Each business might have specific needs on how they want the product to preform and may tune their installations differenently from the base install. There should be a way for that to happen without those changes being over written each time they ...
Increase the Secure Proxy Alternate Destinations list from 3 to N+ (7 or more)
Our customers have multiple sites that host their CD endpoints and are connected through SSP. We would like the number of Destination Addresses in the CD Netmap configuration increased to support a larger number of alternate addresses. Based on cu...
Connect Direct Certificate Renewal is shown as successful though it is unsuccessful
When the license renewal of Connect:Direct certificate is unsuccessful, no message is shown on GUI or logs. When IBM support is contacted, they replied that the correct logs will be captured in debug mode. As an interim measure, IBM support asked ...
Secure Proxy to Provide Optional URI Support
On an SSP HTTP Reverse Proxy, allow optional configuration of a URI, so that traffic can be routed to multiple destinations. The mechanism would allow the adapter to listen on a single port, but then based on URI in the HTTP request, could route t...
Add a timeout parameter which trigger alternate destination on SFTP outbound node
On Netmap Outbound Node, it's possible to set an alternate destination node to insure a failover service of the primary node. The alternate destination is used when primary destination address is not reachable on network (network timeout) or if th...
Adding TLSv1.2 extensions to support ALPN (Application-Layer Protocol Negotiation) / NPN (Next Protocol Negotiation)
One of our AS2 external trading partners attempted to send sslv2 client hello but the encryption is tlsv1.2
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