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We need to use SCCD to deploy user configured xlate tables to CD Linux and CD Windows servers. We have more than 2100 servers, and if we need to change the xlate tables in all of them one by one, the cost in hours it's not affordable.
Looking to have an email notifications and address(es) added as a configurable job field, which would be leveraged to send results automatically (if populated with an email address) after job execution. Email should include job status results (suc...
This new idea is to request that Sterling Control Center Director allow configuration propagation, in this case from Connect:Direct (userfile, netmap, InitPams, Secure+), via Batch, and not just via the graphical interface.
Use Configuration Management with SCC to view available CD configuration without FULL CD access.
Using CDz (Mainframe Connect Direct) user with Operator Authority does not allow to view the available CD configuration using ICC - no 'Configure Server' option available in ICC.The same user used through CD Browser or directly using NDM API allow...
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