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introduction of query parameter or new function for exact match search
when we try to find a specific user credential using its name and the partner it belongs to , the API performas a like search and returning multiple matches. Looks like, for the profileConfigName query parameter, this API is deviating from the sta...
oceans as inexhaustible source of hydrogen
Some years ago, I was the P.I. for a proposal to the EU with German, Spanish and Polish partners, for Autonomous Sailboats Moving Turbines to harvest hydrogen from sea water.
The key to the economics of this how much of the energy obtained from th...
Role based access to unprovision of codelist facility
functionality where unprovision button is only available to first/primary sponsor admin.
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.
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 ...
Ability to add custom HTTP headers for PEM application
Due to security concerns, security team likes to have custom HTTP headers in all HTTP traffic. Request you to please add a new feature is to be able to configure HTTP header for PEM application. This is required to get CA signed certificates from ...
Support for token authentication
Some of REST APIs for IBM products have token authentication implemented. I.e., call a sign in API to get a token, and then use the token in a HTTP Header for all other API calls.
IBM Sterling Secure Proxy: https://www.ibm.com/su...
Store more than 10 data fields
Often we have scenarios where SFG Solution uses external database tables. These tables can have any number of columns. When PEM activities are customized to collect data from sponsor/partner for the table and if the number of columns is more than ...
podman support for PEM
RHEL 8 native provides podman instead of docker. While it's possible to install docker ce on RHEL, that puts the user into unsupported area with RHEL 8 support. Would like to have podman as a support container engine.
Extra Cols in Table on UI Dialog
Table on UI Dialogs can have a max of 10 columns. Sometimes more than 10 columns are required to collect data from sponsors/partners. Please extend the number of max columns a table can have.
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