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As with standard Linux servers today Secure Proxy should be able to present Host Keys (more than one) in both RSA and ECDSA formats depending on what type the vendor incoming connection supports. Vendors are demanding Host Keys that are stronger t...
HIPAA Pack Compliance Check add additional segment terminator defined in the X12 implementation guide.
Compliance check is failing when the File Separator <FS> x'1C' is used along with carriage return and line feed. <FS><CR><LF> will cause a compliance error, <FS> without the <CR><LF> passes compliance. Com...
SCC file transfer report for AS2 is having mismatches with AS2 transactions counts with SI B2Bi
The SCC default “Sterling B2B Integrator File Transfer Report” doesn't providing any file transfer report when selected 'AS2' as protocol. We are getting some data when specified adapter as 'AS2'. However, the report fetched from SCC 6.0 doesn't m...
Option to Save C:D Configurations Locally within Control Center
We would like the ability to save Connect:Direct configurations (initparm, userfile, netmap, secure+...)within Control Center. In the event of a true disaster this would allow Control Center to push the configs out to the node to quickly get a C:D...
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