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Any configuration information stored in the CCM database must be encrypted
Requirement stated by customer that all configured objects in the database must be encrypted. This includes audit information and any information containing IPs, host names and passwords. Whole-disk encryption, SAN storage encryption, and database...
Sterling Control Center does not show the process number of a Sterling Integrator business process
Sterling Control Center does not display the Connect:Direct process numbers from a Sterling Integrator business process going through the CDSA. This is because the process number is actually not passed from Sterling Integrator to Control Center. T...
Need an ICC report that returns counts of file transfers and total byte counts for a given interval.
I need a report where 1. I can specify a date interval for the report.2. The report should give me an option for detail or summary.3. The detail would give me a list with 4 columns showing the date, the producer partner name, #of files failed or r...
Operating System version to be collected by ICC and displayed.
Currently Control Center shows the Operating system as UNIX, Windows etc.
It would be more beneficial if Control Center could display the actual OS version , eg Windows 2012, RedHat 6.8.
Undertake housekeeping for all database tables
Under ICC database tuning, there is a comment that indicates that records need to be manually pruned from a number of tables:
The CC_PROCESS, CC_PROCESS_DVG, CC_FILE_TRANSFER, and CC_FILE_TRANSFER_DVG tables contain the summarized information f...
Add the ability to delete expired Secure+ certificates
When there are several hundred servers with expired certificates, it's extremely time consuming to log into each individual C:D node to manually deleted the certificate. The ability to delete old/expired certificates from Control Center will simpl...
Automation for running the configCC in SCC
As of now we cant run configCC.sh/bat script, we have to enter the host details manually. Even we cant use silent file to provide these information.
LDAP integration with Sterling Control Center
Sterling Control Center should be able to interface directly with LDAP to authenticate without the addition of Sterling External Authentication Server.
Ability to pass custom alerts to SCC from B2Bi
This is for the ability to send custom alerts to SCC from B2Bi/SFG systems. A service should be designed for use in business processes to allow information to be passed into SCC.
Display SNode User ID (SNODEID) value in log fetched via SCC or CD API
Information about used SNODEID (SNode User ID) option is present in log displayed in CD Requested and "direct.exe" CLI but it is not displayed in SCC or via CD API (JAI). Please extend SCC and CD API to display SNODEID option usage.
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