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WebSphere Data Interchange z/OS 3.3.0 and DB2 V12 for z/OS compatibility
From PMR# 43108,227,000, the latest supported DB2 version for WDI 3.3 on z/OS is V11. We are planning to upgrade to DB2 for z/OS V12 soon. Is WDI 3.3 compatible with DB2 V12, and are there any PTFs required to be compatible with DB2 V12 (function ...
SFG/SI users changing password with SEAS
There is presently no way to for a myfilegateway user to change their password if Sterling External Authenticator is used. Which seems odd because SFG can talk to SEA and validate an SSO token. There needs to be a feature to allow users to change ...
SEAS RFE to make generic authentication more robust
According to the SEAS L3 team this is basically working as designed. The Generic authentication do come with limitation, your user will be mapped to 1 user, in your case, this is admin user.
More detailed ERROR logging for SEAS
SEAS logging at ERROR level does not provide sufficient information regarding authentication failures, forcing us to keep logging level at DEBUG which uses an extremely high amount of disk space in order to have sufficient log retention. For examp...
ControlCenter ActiveAlerts can be assigned to dedicated Person(/Admin)
ControlCenter ActiveAlerts can be designed to a dedicated Person/Admin.
Requesting archiving for partitioned database
System Settings, database has archiving functionality for non-partitioned databases. We are requesting a similar utility be designed for partitioned databases.
Control Center (6.0): Control Center Reports URL Address
When a report is run from Control Center, another window is open and in the address bar of the window is the host name of the server where Control Center is running. Depending on the environment, this page may not display unless a user changes the...
Ability to Pause and Un-Pause CD nodes in SCC using runbatch or API
Sterling Control Center should have an sbility to Pause and Un-Pause Connect Direct nodes in SCC using runbatch script and/or using API
Control Center SQL 2012 JDBC URL
ControlCenter database moved to sql 2012 high availability group with cluster members on multiple IP subnets. Need to be able to modify the database urls to include the parameter muultisubnetfailover=true, i.e url=jdbc:sqlserver://sql2012clusterna...
Restrict a user to one specific report
As of now we dont have option to restrict a particular user to specific reports ( either in standard SCC or reports created in cognos)
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