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Allow utility scripts like changepassphrase.sh, SEASCipherConfigTool.sh, seasRestAPI.sh to run in non interactive mode
Currently I'm not able to run scripts like changepassphrase.sh, SEASCipherConfigTool.sh, seasRestAPI.sh in the non interactive mode. There is no option to pass the multiple input passphrases to those scripts. Those scripts will also error out if ...
Configuring the SEAS to only respond with (UserID & Destination Indicator) in response to SSP and forward the Authentication request (Password/SSH Key) aganist/to Sterling integrator local store?
The process/flow will follow the below steps from (User to SSP to SEAS to SI)Step 1 - User Authentication request comes from SSP layer to SEAS;Step 2 - SEAS validates the user against connected AD and return only "UserID/Username && Destin...
Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) Support
Many enterprises have Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) as their standard. It would be ideal to add support for OEL OS, so customers can deploy the product without any if and buts we have today in our support statement. https://www.ibm.com/support/kno...
include the encrypt/decrypt (export/import) passphrase into the properties file for rest api calls
We were looking to find a way to automate updating passwords for some of our accounts within SEAS utilized in our connection settings. It prompts for a decrypt passphrase that we cannot seem to pass values through automatically via script and we w...
Develop SEAS to intelligently query for IPs that come from a subnet and allow them in if that subnet is in an LDAP attribute
Why useful?Useful because these days a lot of trading partners are coming from cloud environments that aren't front-ended by one (or a handful) IP address.Who benefits?Anyone who desires to whitelist IPs as a means of authentication or just as a s...
Radiant Logic LDAP to be added in the list of LDAPs supported by SEAS.
Business requires Trading Partner's accessing myfilegateway via ssp, should be able to change the password whenever they want. Trading Partner's login credentials are stored under Radiant Logic LDAP.Currently Radiant Logic LDAP is not supported in...
RHEL8/RH8 Support for SEAS
SEAS currently supports RHEL7 (which reaches "End of Support" in Aug 2021.
Rather than installing a new instance of SEASand its components onto RHEL7 and then repeating the process again on RHEL8 once its supported. It'd be extremely useful to k...
Add REST API for the RUN TIME information
REST API for the RUN TIME details (Connect, Validate, Invalidate, Generate, etc.,) will be helpful and simplify the integration with other systems.
Functionality to test profiles
We need some method to test a configured SEAS engine before integrating it with the rest of our environment. Currently we can only test it by pointing SSP to the new engine and attempting to log in. This means that we can't test the SEAS config ...
SEAS Validating ISAM Token
Currently SEAS has the ability to integrate with IBM product ISAM ( IBM security access manager ) and authenticate the userid and password provided by SSP. In this case SEAS generates SSO Token after successful authentication.
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