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While creating Rule and DVG it's not allowing to enter more than 1024 characters
While creating Rule and DVG it's not allowing to enter more than 2014 characters
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.
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 ...
Add a search function when working with the different files in the System Configuration area of the Web console
In the Web console, System Configuration, Properties area, there are several "files" which can be updated. Once inside the file, it would be nice to have a search function so that the administrator can go to a specific area. Adding this functional...
Certification of MSSQL 2016 for IBM Control Center 184.108.40.206
Our company is currently moving to MS SQL 2016 from SQL 2008, we need to be able to run IBM Control Center on SQL 2016. It has not yet been certified for SQL 2016.
In a Control Center High Availability environment, allow Control Center to handle multiple SNMP listener addresses
This RFE is associated with RFE: Multiple SMTP listeners for Connect Direct File Agent needed (102474). In a Control Center High Availability environment, allow Control Center to handle multiple SMNP listener addresses. For example, if I have a tw...
IBM Control Center Unable to Update Mainframe SPOE
Unable to add, delete or modify a zOS mainframes SPOE from Control Center.
Control Center 220.127.116.11 - High Availability Environment - Enable Multiple SNMP Listeners
Reference Multiple SNMP listeners for Connect Direct File Agent needed (102474) RTC ID: 533097. In a Control Center High Availability environment, a monitored File Agent can only be monitored by one event processor. Control Center needs to be desi...
WebSphere can not handle special characters in the password, you need to limit it to alphanumeric. Security and Risk standards dictate special characters being used in all passwords for strength.
Control Center 6.1 - WebSphere Application Server improved logging
Not sure if anyone else is having this issue, but we have 6.1 installed on a test environment. I have two EP's on the same server. Sometimes, a WebSphere application server will just stop unexpectantly and it is difficult for me at least to tell f...
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