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Hold, release, and Deleted from Queued Activity on Web Console
Prior to 6.1, a user could hold, release, and delete processes from the Queued Activity Monitor on the Java console. It seems that this functionality is not present in the Web console for 6.1.+ This is needed ASAP!
Add process name filter
In the Control Center Web console, there is not currently a way to filter by process name. There is for process ID though. Please add a filter for process name.
Allow users to save filters in the Web console
Our operators are responsible for monitoring a particular set of servers. Currently, the users would need to either select the servers they want to monitor Active Alerts and Queued Activity for from the Java swing console or they will need to filt...
EBICS Client is not listed in the protocol list when defining a B2Bi server.
Need to have EBICS Client monitoring, today, only EBICS Server is available. Almost all protocol are available for Cotrol Center monitoring except EBICS Client.
Monitor SI schedules and Routing Rules in SCC
Currently SI related schedules and Routing rules does not get monitored in SCC.
Some of the SI related schedules are very critical and important for Customer, if that can get disabled then file processing does not happened. Similarly if Routing r...
Linux systemd IBM Control Center auto boot system unit file
Develop and test example IBM Control Center linux autoboot systemd control script since systemd is replacing init.d for RHEL 7 and other linux distributions.
Template for Holiday Schedule
Please add a feature to allow for exclusion template we can apply to all SLC instead of having to go into each SLC and select the exclusions.
IBM Countrol Center File transfer count threshold
I have a scenario as below.Generate alerts when an expected traffic (transaction count) from a customer is above or below the defined threshold. This threshold value should be configurable based on the partner and transaction type. This should als...
Sterling Control Center Monitoring - SFG Reporting
This functionality add a great value to the product itself and also to BNYM. While opening the RFE you may add the additional scenario such as filtering the FG events...if customer does not want some of the OOB FG events then product should provid...
Request for a new option non_durable in ICC
The monitor target is IBM MQMFT. MQ application has a non-durable option, but that is not supported by ICC. It is a critical option so that ICC can set it to non-durable to avoid fill up the local file system on the MQ server due to a high volume ...
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