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track duplicate email ID, while sending out registration invite
When we invite an email id which is already registered in PEM, it throws no warning, but mentions as invite sent and that person can click the link and register, but while approving in PEM it throws as Email ID already exists.It would be better, ...
Add a flag to the get partners API to have the partners custom fields included in the results
For the get partners API (pemws/sponsors/<sponsorContext>/partners/) add an optional flag which indicates that the partners' custom fields should be included in the results. The custom fields are currently returned when retrieving a single ...
Mapping Array values to dynamic table as drop down
In the PEM Table UI, when we map it dynamically it doesn't allow drop downs. It would be better if we enable this feature.e.g If we give Y|N to a static tables drop down column, then it will give drop down with Y and N, but the same thing, if we d...
Provide the ability to create custom sponsor user types
Provide a way for a sponsor admin to define custom sponsor user types, beyond the current sponsor admin, LOB and standard users. For the various permissions, there should be a way to indicate what that role can do with each one (nothing, read onl...
Enable UI dialog table rows to be expanded dynamic for data entry
For tables used for collecting input, provide a setting that would allow a new row to be added after the last row has been used.
Increase length of Activity Roll Out Name
Allow more characters in the name of activity roll outs. Increase the limit to 300 characters.
REST API hostname 50 chars restriction
IBM Partner Engagement Manager does not accept hostname for REST APIs more than 50 chars but there are REST API hostnames more than 50 chars even in IBM Cloud (bluemix) CloudantDB REST API with guid-id.bluemix.cloudant.com and hostnames can be up ...
Rejected partners can never be Accepted
Once a partner or user has been rejected they can never then be accepted using the same e-mail address. The product assumes that if someone is rejected they will forever be rejected. Also can not edit profile.
Dynamic show/hide UI dialog elements
When trying to make a UI dialog more dynamic, we can currently use labels mapped to XSLT output to generate appropriate text for a partner.E.g. a screen which can show Test, Prod, or both Test and Prod server details in one dialog. Or Inbound, Out...
Digitally Sign the Partner Invitation Emails and Subsequent Followup Notifications
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