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Enable future scheduling for Order Optimizer PDT
Enhance the Order Optimizer Parameter Deployment Tool (PDT) to allow users to schedule a future effective date and time for model parameter changes. These future dated configurations would enable users to schedule Order Optimizer behavior to chang...
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...
Add the follow standard support for Fiancial Services Pack BAI,FED,CHIPS
Option to rename installation directory for Control Center upgrades
We would like to have the option to be able to update the Control Center installation directory location/name after install. For example - when you install it provides a default directory name "ControlCenter6.1.0" as the default name, but when you...
OpenLDAP support - Force password change on File Gateway Logon
We use OpenLDAP for password authentication of our external customers. Spoke with IBM developers (listed in PMR - Naru Manda) and was told that when Sterling was written because OpenLDAP did not have a password policy at the time, that no hook was...
assign/choose a TLS protocol level from within configCC.sh
o I would like to see the ability to assign/choose a TLS protocol level from within configCC.sh during secure setup of secure ports (Apache and Jetty setup), such as TLSv1.2 to replace the default of TLSv1.0
Add Control Center functionality to monitor MQ MFT server over encrypted channel
Add functionality for Control Center to monitor MQ MFT servers over an encrypted channel.Any connections between Control Center and a monitored server regardless of type should allow for encrypted communications.
CX/ZOS PI07 received Window > 16 should be accepted
CX/ZOS should accept a PI07 received with a window greater than the max of CX/ZOS, 16. And return a PI07 with the window as defined in the session table
Use of the RCT
One partner is down, and we try to send many file to this partner during a week-end. The RCT fills, and is full. in final, one partner is down, and all of the transfert, with the other partner, cannot be done.
Auditing Feature to iSeries C:D
Good Afternoon, i would like to see the auditing feature in your current product Sterling Gentran being added to Sterling Connect Direct.
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