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MQ notifications on CX
When notifications are sent using HTTP, as you only have one HTTP server to send the notification you cannot do any load balancing between multiple nodes. If HTTP server answers too slowly due to a large load, HTTP response code can be sent before...
support SSL for HTTP notification
Currently the production offer a functionnality to generate http notification about transfert event (file sended, file receipted - start/end).The XML notification is pushed to an URL using the HTTP protocol.The message only push metadata of the t...
We need a MEMO not case sensitive
see attached file
CX P1B2PREQ : means to transmit a PI99 of 254 caracters
In the utility P1B2PREQ there is no means to send a PI99 longer then 80 caracters. We have to use an exit to transmit 254 caracters, which is the PESIT limit. It's too complicate.
Having mode T or O dynamic in APIs through CXTransferSubmit in CX Unix (linux) for Societe Generale
Due to a concentration project at Societe Generale where all transfers are going to be concentrated in a Central Hub (SFG + CX) we faced an issue regarding the mixed of partners defined in mode T and Partners in mode O. In order to not multiply th...
Purging notification records at run-time
With current Windows Connect:Express versions, when notifications are enabled, notification records are added at run-time in the local database, even when they are fully processed (notifications messages sent), and they remain there, possibly very...
CX Direct access to tapes
CONNECT:EXPRESS FOR Z/OS could access directly tapes : read tape to transmit the file or write on tape the file received.
CX SYSTCP Partial generic
In the SYSTCP the TCP/IP address can only be unique or '*'. It can't be gÃ©nÃ©rique like 172.016.063.* So we have too much entries.
Connect:Express Zos : use of batch process P0B2DIR
Connect:Express Zos : with batch Process P0B2DIR, we want to use the function LIST and EXPORT with only one SPN (or SFN). today, we can use only these functions with PARTNER.NAME = *
CX Number of transfers requests in a mode
To have a MVS command (MODIFY to the CX address space) to query the number of requests in the CX which are in the mode we would specify in the command ('U' for the running requests for example).
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