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Add H2 or other single file database adapter to ITX
Current ITX database adapters require heavyweight database infrastructures like Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server, or at least some type of third-party, separately installed application. In organizations heavy with red tape and procedures, getting a datab...
Change current directory in ITX 9
Change current directory from <install_dir>/logs to msl directory.
Or configure current directory for all launcher from dtx.ini.
ITX maps to invoke as REST APIs both synchronous & asynchronous the only option is to have REDIS caching software however REDIS not in our approved enterprise software list.
We see that for ITX maps to invoke as REST APIs both synchronous & asynchronous the only option is to have REDIS caching software however REDIS not in our approved enterprise software list.
We would like to have other al...
Add support to MQ Adaptor to segment large payloads as multiple Grouped Logical Messages based on a supplied size limit
Currently the MQ Input Adaptor allows for multiple Logically Grouped Messages to be retrieved from the Queue as a single Payload using the -GRP2 option. This enhancement would make it possible to do the same on the Output. It would also allow for ...
PGP support part of OpenPGP adapter
Currently OpenPGP adapter supports GPG but not PGP, We request to enable support for pgp part of OpenPGP adapter. also we need to have a way to encrypt data in-memory / In-flight instead of writing plain text into disk and then encrypting.
ITXA - Expose as GUI configuration element (or similar) common X12 and EDIFACT standard deviations that require type tree changes. For example, non-standard delimiters. Applies to ITXA X12 and EDIFACT validation maps as well as X12 and EDIFACT mapping inside ITX.
Supporting a set of common deviations from ANSI mapping standards would increase solution flexibility and make ITX/ITXA more appealing to customers as it would more readily adapt to their specific business needs.
Add UUID function compliant with RFC4122
Create a UUID function that is compliant with RFC4122, and allow developer to select version and variant
Allow Terracotta to be used as REDIS Server
THis is Enhance request For REST API Asynchronous call allow Terracotta to be used.
Transformation Extender Advanced validation for Envelope service needs to include invalid enveloped documents
Customer requires that invalid outbound data, the inbound data that caused the issue, and the translation report showing the errors in the outbound data. Current behavior returns the inbound data, the translation report, but not the outbound data ...
During uninstall/install do not remove/modify data, archive, maps, cmgr directories
when upgrading from one release to another (LINUX install), the uninstall/install processes should not touch the directories data, archive, maps, or cmgr as these contain business data, not installation software. It is necessary to backup and recr...
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