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Connect:Direct Sudo Backup/Restore
We install C:D via cdinstall as a user account currently working with C:D for UNIX 4.2. This user account has sudo access to run etc/cdcust so we can perform configurations requiring root privilege. This is great for fresh install and ok for upgra...
Enhancement of ndmapi_connect_c( )
There is an API in CD, it is ndmapi_connect_c(ERROR_H error, char * ndm_hostname, char * ndm_portname). But we need a new version of this API. It is like this: ndmapi_connect_c(ERROR_H error, char * ndm_hostname, char * ndm_portname, char *user_na...
Provide SUBMIT ESF=YES feature for CONNECT:Direct-Unix
On C:D-z/OS, an Extended Submit Facility (ESF) option (syntax is ESF=YES) exists for the SUBMIT command to allow C:D transmission requests to be queued up even when C:D is down on the z/OS system; the requests are executed later when C:D has come ...
Document all special characters that are not allowed in a Connect:Direct related password (functional auth, soliddb password)
There are some special characters that will not be accepted in Connect:Direct and IBM has not officially identified these for customers. We need this information.
Have C:D log the expiration date of certificates it receives
Today, when C:D calls out to a remote server, it logs some details about the certificate it received. It would be nice if it also logged the expiration date. This would allow us to write, say, a Perl script to scan the logs once a day looking for ...
We require that the SMTP connection used for notification, to be retried in the event the SMTP server is down. This could be retried x times prior to giving up. Also would it be possible to specify a secondary SMTP server in the event the primary ...
"%Complete" field failure with file great then 4,3GB
Command WRKCDPROC- function Display C:D Process with file greather then 4,3 GB, field "%Complete" showing wrong value greather then 100%. Printscreen of this state is attached. PMR ID: 15921,668,668
Capture x509 SSL Exp Dates for Adjacent Nodes
Currently, we cannot find the x.509 Exp Dates in the Copy Termination records for our adjacent nodes. We would like to be able to report on upcoming expired certs for our business partners via an Activity Report.
Feature of Looping to be incorporated on Tasks/Dialogs/API calls etc
Feature of Looping needs to be added on Tasks/Dialogs/API calls etc. Instead of stretching the current flows statically, it is always advisable to have dynamic looping feature, which would make the flows scalable. It not only makes the flow scalab...
Activate Activity Name as link
In a Partner's profile, there is a tab called, "Activities". This displays the activities that have been rolled out to that partner. When you display these activities, if you would like to go to the activity itself you must: check here for the nam...
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