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IBM is transforming its request for enhancement (RFE) process. The purpose of the transformation is to provide a more consistent experience for you to submit requests and to enable IBM product owners to respond to your requests more quickly. For more information click here.
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Some ideas can be implemented at IBM, while others may not fit within the development plans for the product. In either case, the team will let you know as soon as possible. In some cases, we may be able to find alternatives for ideas which cannot be implemented in a reasonable time.
Support for Azure SQL Server PaaS
Allow Azure SQL server platform as a service as a supported database.
Easiest way to scan all BPs in B2Bi
Need ability for users to search inside the BPs for a keyword or search string. In B2Bi Dashboard has ability to search for code in XML/BPML directly from dashboard. Example I have defined one custom service in the business process and I want to k...
Sending SMS support for IBM Control Center
IBM Control Center can send snmp traps, emails. Our client in middle east shared that if ICC could send sms that would be excellent
Self-Service option in SFG, allow our business partner to replay their own failed transfers.
Is there an option in SFG to allow our business partner to replay their own failed file transfers for their accounts? If so, do you have any documentation/information on how to enable that feature?
Looping Functionality for Dialogs (UI, API, XSLT)
Many times it is not possible to know the number of times that you need an API to execute. Looping would allow the execution of an API or UI dialog to be dynamic. This could be utilized in a great number of use cases, one of which I outlined below.
Rest API to trigger a Business Process
Trigger a Business Process via API with 2 modes:
1- Synchronous : Wait for the Business Process Execution
2- Asynchronous: Trigger the BP and get a return code (BP started successfully)
Adapter Containers: Allow container-specific JVM arguments
Right now, if you want to add custom JVM arguments to adapter containers (say for JVM monitoring), this is done via the Performance Tuning wizard. The wizard provides only one field for custom JVM arguments, which are then applied to all adapter c...
customer overrides properties for liberty profile server.xml
We would like to have customer overrides setting to be used in the server.xml of the liberty profile instance managing the B2Bi API's.
Support for Oracle Exadata Database Machine with DB clusters using Oracle Virtual Machine (OVM) with IBM Sterling B2B Integrator (SBI)
We use IBM Sterling B2B Integrator Version, 184.108.40.206. Oracle Database 12c Enterprise Edition Release 220.127.116.11.0 on Oracle Exadata is in play. Our DBAs intend migrate our SBI DB from Exadata to Exadata Database Machine with DB clusters using Oracle ...
Option to Save C:D Configurations Locally within Control Center
We would like the ability to save Connect:Direct configurations (initparm, userfile, netmap, secure+...)within Control Center. In the event of a true disaster this would allow Control Center to push the configs out to the node to quickly get a C:D...
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