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Capture correct HTTP response document and display it back in INFLIGHT portal for the HTTP Protocol connections
Need a small enhancement from GIODE protocol squad to properly capture correct HTTP response document and display it back in INFLIGHT portal . This is critical for Berkshire Project with a go-live date of 03/29/2022.
Ability to route files from alternate datacentre in Global Mailbox
We currently receive files internally from multiple sources into Global Mailbox which is load balanced across the two datacentres. We have had situation whereby a file has come into DC1 and we have needed to redeliver the file in DC2 due to issues...
JsontoXml out of box service.
Currently JsonToXml service converts a Json data file to respective xml format and stores the xml file in Filesystem under <Install-dir>/bin/output.xml.
Parallelly it creates a tag called <output></output> with the xml data insi...
RestAPIs support to Create/Update and Delete MAP Files
This will help us to include Maps for our CICD Pipeline where we are updating B2Bi Assets using B2Bi RestAPIs.
IBM Sterling B2B Integrator External Perimeter Server Version details.
Logging the version details of IBM Sterling B2B External Perimeter Server either files like "PSLogger" or "StartupPS.log" or "remote_perimeter.properties" files of IBM external perimeter server.
This would be more helpful during below scenario'...
Allow to use two wildcards in SFTP Client LIST service
We would like to pick up files from our partners using two wildcards in RemoteFileName field in SFTP Client LIST and SFTP Client GET services.
PGP Adapter : Enable support for different Encryption , Signing & Compression Algorithm
The OpenPGP adapter does not support all of the latest set of Encryption , Signing & Compression Algorithm natively. Below are the list of supported values Compression types (-COMALG) : ZLIB Encryption Algorithm (-ENCALG ) : 3DES , RIJNDAEL256...
External Purge Memory settings are inconsistent between Windows and Linux/Unix and changing the memory settings is complicated
It is very confusing that Xmx for Ext Purge on Windows defaults to 512m no matter what the Noapp is tuned for. However on linux/Unix the -Xmx for External Purge is pulled from whatever the Noapp is set for. This is very inconsistent and can cause ...
Enable IBMID/Federation at individual OMS application level
The enhancement will enable enterprises to configure sterling module (e.g., Contact Center, Store Engagement, Console) access/ login approach independently of the module. This would allow the enterprise to choose, per module, either log in via SSO...
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.
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