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Role based access to unprovision of codelist facility
functionality where unprovision button is only available to first/primary sponsor admin.
Enable IBMID/Federation at individual OMS application level
The enhancement will enable enterprises to configure sterling module (e.g., Contact Center, Store Engagement, Console) access/ login approach independently of the module. This would allow the enterprise to choose, per module, either log in via SSO...
HTTP access log with URL, status code, IP's, user agent string, etc.
Security frequently audits to review the HTTP access logs for web server of Sterling Application (external facing apps). Security expect the HTTP access log to reflect the URL, status code, IP's, user agent string, etc. Can you suggest where to tr...
Alter The Transformation Extender Error Reject Report To Have An XML Format Similar To B2Bi
We currently running SI B2Bi v 6.1 and also have ITX 10.1.1 installed. ITX running with launcher on our AIX file system which works with BP's in SI B2Bi. We are requesting that the failures coming out of ITX be in the B2Bi XML Trans Report format ...
This is my test idea, just ignore it.
External Purge Memory settings are inconsistent between Windows and Linux/Unix and changing the memory settings is complicated
It is very confusing that Xmx for Ext Purge on Windows defaults to 512m no matter what the Noapp is tuned for. However on linux/Unix the -Xmx for External Purge is pulled from whatever the Noapp is set for. This is very inconsistent and can cause ...
Enhance current usage of DTK to allow develpers testers to run multiple DTKs in parallel
Currently when you deploy the DTK you can only work against a single docker image. Often our developers are working on more than one project or indeed have platforms on different releases (eq QA, Integration). In order to develop/test they need to...
AWS Adapter Enhancements
Enhancement list for AWS adapter includes the following: 1) perimeter server support 2) begin/end session functionality 3) managing credentials in SFG profile (obscuring creds requires that a script is run on the credentials before entering into S...
IBM Sterling B2B Integrator External Perimeter Server Version details.
Logging the version details of IBM Sterling B2B External Perimeter Server either files like "PSLogger" or "StartupPS.log" or "remote_perimeter.properties" files of IBM external perimeter server.
This would be more helpful during below scenario'...
Support for Oracle Linux
Regarding Connect:Direct(Managed File Transfer), We would like to request getting support for Oracle Linux as soon as possible.
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