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IBM is transforming its request for enhancement (RFE) process. The purpose of the transformation is to provide a more consistent experience for you to submit requests and to enable IBM product owners to respond to your requests more quickly. For more information click here.
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The IBM team may need your help to refine the ideas so they may ask for more information or feedback. The offering manager team will then decide if they can begin working on your idea. If they can start during the next development cycle, they will put the idea on the priority list. Each team at IBM works on a different schedule, where some ideas can be implemented right away, others may be placed on a different schedule.
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Some ideas can be implemented at IBM, while others may not fit within the development plans for the product. In either case, the team will let you know as soon as possible. In some cases, we may be able to find alternatives for ideas which cannot be implemented in a reasonable time.
Passing B2Bi Process data to SCC
SCC currently can import a single item from B2Bi Process Data. However, with the use of an Xpath statement multiple process data items can be concatenated into a single string item with optional delimiters or other markers. Sadly, SCC does not hav...
Allow ICC to authenticate users via group membership (eg. using SEAS)
Typical enterprises do not define individual user accounts and groups to every application, as is currently required for ICC.Instead, user accounts and groups within an LDAP directory (such as Active Directory) are used and the applications recogn...
Control Center Rule Correlation
Two of the things we utilize Control Center for is SLC notification and processes that do not end successfully. We have some transmissions that are monitored on SLCs that are contractual (sla). We do get an alert if the sla transmission has not st...
ICC New datetime field - Custom API
The bank is trying to leverage the ICC SLC process to track whether a file has met its SLC.We are having applications (ie. SFG components and other custom applications) raising MQ events with time stamp to start and end SLC of a file.We then wrote...
CyberArk AIM Integration/Connector supported by Control Center
As part of security's best practices, it is mandatory that all applications have a connector with CyberArk to retrieve passwords from functional users, so it isn't allowed to storage static passwords in the local servers/Properties files from appl...
Error Suppression for Similar Errors
ICC treats each event independently, but when one issue causes many failures (e.g. remote Trading Partner server down), users are alerted for each failed transfer. There should be logic to suppress similar errors within a specific time window.
Adding new indexes to database for enhancing performance.
The current DB settings seems to be insufficient for production environment. The performance dramatically enhanced after adding them during DB analysis made by our DBA team. I have raised TS001613070, and IBM Support agreed to add these indexes bu...
Requesting Automated method of running configCC for a "silent" configuration following silent install for multiple machines
When installing SCC/IBM Control Center 188.8.131.52 on RHEL, I noticed that while there is a "silent" installation option that will allow for more automation, there is no corresponding option for configuration. Running the exportConfig script gets you ...
ICC Support of SMTP with SSL/TLS encryption
Most modern SMTP Service require SMTP/s to leverage their services. IBM B2Bi supports this but ICC does not. This makes it hard to find an SMTP service that meets or clients email needs.
Add SSL Support between IBM Control Center and WebSphere MQ to monitor Sterling Secure Proxy
Security mandates that all the connections need to be secured. WebSphere MQ supports SSL but not IBM Control Center, adding this functionality allows meeting the newer security requirements.
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