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Control Center 6.0 Web Console Enhancement #3
Currently it is possible to interface with other systems such as Connect Direct and Sterling B2B Integrator and File Gateway from the Java console. This functionality is not currently present in the Web console.
Develope Health Checker tool for Control Center
I have heard recently that a health checker tool is being developed for Sterling Integrator. I was wondering if a health checker tool could be developed for Control Center? Right now the only to discover issues is by looking at the engine logs and...
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 ...
Enhancement request for Control Center 6.1 Web Console
The new Web Console design does have a nice look. However, there seems to be a lot of wasted space (white space). Reduce the space between rows. For example, on the Active Alerts and Queued Activity screens, there is too much space between each ro...
Control Center 6.1 and above - Control Center SLC Debug Report
After Control Center 5.3.04, the SLC Debug Report gets created on the file system of the Control Center application server. I understand that IBM's reason for moving it to the file system was for security reasons, but there has got to be a way tha...
Control Center - Self Performance Monitoring
We can monitor log files to account for this shortcoming to catch it while it is occurring, however, we would ideally be using the monitoring built in to application (Control Center) to discern when the application is in a distressed state.
Add Event Processor Status to Dashboard on Web Console
Please add an item to the Environmental Health section of the dashboard on the Web console for the Event Processors. This new section would show the status of the Event Processors, how many there are, and the status. Similar to the status of Conne...
Control Center rules: Time value key needed
I currently have a Control Center rule setup for message ID's CCTR135I or CCTR138I. I want to be alerted if inserts or retrievals take 1 minute or more. I do not see a way to do this currently with the keys that are available. Right now, I have it...
Control Center 6.0 and 6.1 - When will there be compatibility with Oracle Java 8?
When will Control Center be compatible with Oracle Java 8? I ask because our company has installed Java 8 in many of our environments because of security issues with Java 7. Control Center 6.0 and 6.1 are not compatible with Java 8. It does work t...
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