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comprehensive search facility in PR
We need a comprehensive search facility in PR compared to what is there now. There are many to search in the PEM DB via PR. We probably can use a series of API calls but that is cumbersome to use. So having more advanced search options in PR will ...
Metrics in IV to understand the exposure rates
Ability to have insights into how much Inventory we are exposing for Demand and the reasons behind blocking by Dirty Node Vs Safety Stock vs Demand…etc., This information is critical for business and operations team. The below metrics are needed t...
ITXA - Create 999 when there an error in the ST segment
Create 999 when there an error in the ST segment. Currently when there is an error in ST segment, transactions are not processed further and information required for 999 ACK generation is not passed. This creates a scenario where there is not vali...
Templatize field configuration settings in Order Hub and apply to multiple users
In Order Hub, users can view to display only the relevant attributes by modifying the field configurations in almost every screen. While this feature is very useful, every user needs to be perform this activity once initially. When there are a lar...
Ability to search orders by Buyer Organization Name in Order Hub
In B2B scenarions, the buyer on the order is typically a Retailer. Order Hub allows search by Buyer Org Code which is stamped on the order. However, users do not remember the code and instead want to search for orders by entering the retailer's na...
Show more detail, on progress bar, when using IIM to upgrade B2Bi
Upgrading B2Bi v6.0 to v6.1 took almost two hours. For the majority of that time, IIM's progress bar sat at (about) 60%. It would be helpful to see what it's doing or even update the progress bar more frequently.
On the Code (List) Info form, put Text1 thru Text9 on their own lines and make the data fields much wider
Please put Text1 thru Text9 on their own lines and make the data entry field as wide, or wider, than the size of the Description data entry field.
ITXA - Bulk Update Utility To Update Properties in Envelopes
This utility would benefit customers with large amounts of Envelopes when they need to update a property in an Envelope instead of having to update each Envelope manually.
Enabling Partner Onboarding In Global Mailbox When One Of The Data Center Is Completely Down
In Global Mailbox with multiple data centers, if one of the data centers is completely down(including SFG, GM wlp, Cassandra), we are unable to create/update any new partners
encryption of passwords in setup.cfg
There are multiple passwords mentioned in the file setup.cfg - database, truststore, test mode, etc. these passwords are expected to be encrypted as per customers security requirements. Currently these are in plaintext.
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