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Adding in additional triggers for alt.comm.outbound
The idea behind this is to allow alt.comm.outbound to be triggered for other situations. Such as TCP timeouts after a session had been initiated.
Update SNMP support to v3
Security benefits, as per security issues detailed here: https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/alerts/TA17-156A
Support long connection for large volumes of small files
Our competitor, Tongtech, provide a file transfer tool based on MQ to transfer files and support long connection which means if doesn't need to initiate a new session for each repective files which really lead to a high performance for large volum...
Intrinsic Symbolic Variables for other Connect Direct Platforms
Currently, Intrinsic Symbolic Variables is only available to CD z/OS and CD Windows. This should be made available to other CD platforms as well.
Restore the Cipher.txt functionality
In Connect:Direct v4.1 for Unix and v4.6 for Windows, we use the Cipher.txt file to limit the selection of cipher suites to strong ones so the spcli.sh "Display CipherSuites" command only shows what's allowed in the Cipher.txt file. This good secu...
Purging of SolidDB transaction logs
SOLIDDB transactional logs are not getting purged automcatically after the checkpoint interval. We beleive this shoudl be part of the product. This request is to ehnace the product which will take care of purging the Solid DB transaction logs. Reg...
copy folder's files and sub-folders by C:D
FTP provides a generic feature of copy specified remote server folder's files and sub-folders. For example,we have the the path /path1/path2 and files 1a,1b in /path1;2a,2b in path2.if we copy /path1 by FTP then we copy all these four fils. But C:...
Connect:Direct netmap may contain only 3 addresses on HP Nonstop
Hello, Today on unix, mainframe or windows the number of alternate ip addresses that we may enter in a netmap definition is unlimited. On HP Nonstop (not HP-UX), we are limited to 3 hostnames or ip addresses (the documentation says: IPADDR=ip.addr...
Change how CDW Statistics are gathered
I propose that a change be made to the CDW software to be able to gather CDW Statistics reports in the same format as is used by CDU.We can keep the current CDW Statistics report format desired.This need not be done through the Requester - this co...
Connect:Direct API Independent From C:D Server
We are attempting to use Control Center to manage our instances of C:D and Control Center connects via the C:D API. Some of C:D instances sit in different datacenters behind a load balancer in an active/inactive state. We would like to be able to ...
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