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Currently in SCC there are two options to manage users' passwords. First one uses SCC internal store of users and passwords, second one uses Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) via IBM Sterling External Authentication Server (SEAS). What ...
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.
Sterling Connect:Direct to provide for CCSID 1371 extension (EBCDIC MBCS) support
CCSID 1371 extension is recently working by IBM Globalization Center of Competency to release the reserved area from [wards 4A-4B, 92-C1, E3-FE] to accommodate more Traditional Chinese characters. Sterling Connect:Direct should provide the support...
Provide "replace/override" capabilities when using the CDConfig Tool for Map.cfg and Usr.cfg import
Currently the Connect:Direct CDConfig tool does NOT support the "replace/override" functionality when importing Netmap or User entries. It currently will update existing Initparms, but for some reason it doesn't update existing Netmap or User entr...
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...
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