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Sponsor and Partner Admin can update the Partner Admin to an already existing user or a new user
API for "Invite Again" functionality
If partners are bulk uploaded but not sent an invite, the only way to send the invite is to manually click "Invite Again" in the UI. An API should exist for this.
Support to Rearrange Columns in a Table
Columns can only be inserted at the end of a table. Sometimes a new column has to be added in the middle of the table which requires requires existing columns be deleted then recreated in the correct order. The ability to either rearrange columns ...
Support for Entry Validation Reordering
The order of entry validation determines how entries are evaluated, however entries cannot be moved up or down the list in the UI. In order to create successfully create entry validation criteria, the ability to either insert entries at any place ...
Segregate PR and PP JMS properties instead of overloading them into one and forcing 2 copies of MountFiles
If embedded JMS is used, the Partner Repository and Partner Provisioner use different values in the same property "enable_jms_features" in Setup.cfg file. This makes it imperative to create two distinct copies of the entire MountFiles directory to...
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.
Support a context specific CSS file to control the look and feel of UI dialog components
Add the ability for there to be a PEM context specific CSS file which could be updated by Sponsor Admins and would control the look and feel of UI dialog components within activities. This would require that the dialog components support the abili...
Be able to rollout activities based on the union (common partners) of multiple attributes
Currently, when rolling out an activity, you have the option to do so using groups, attributes or by selecting individual partners. If you choose attributes, you can specify multiple attributes upon which to invite partners but the behavior is tha...
PEM Should notify sponsor when an email is bounced back.
Some Partners email servers are not receiving PEM emails and are likely bouncing them back. PEM should let the sponsors know if the Trading Partner did not receive the email.
Provide HTML feature in PEM Display
Currently, the options for display of multiple, or repeating XML elements is to map to the table or show only the first element. It would be nice to have HTML feature in PEM display to render the report make it look more professional
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