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We would like to send different OID as a part of SNMP Trap from ICC for different Business Process failure in SBI which is currently monitored by ICC. Currently ICC assigns same Trap object identifier to all the SBI Business process events. ICC do...
Add Control Center functionality to monitor MQ MFT server over encrypted channel
Add functionality for Control Center to monitor MQ MFT servers over an encrypted channel.Any connections between Control Center and a monitored server regardless of type should allow for encrypted communications.
Control Center stopEngine.bat -np change to soft stop
Please change the stopEngine.bat -np to a soft stop. Currently using this command causes a hard stop to the engine. In my experience, it is not good pratice to do a hard stop on the engine service. This should only be used if a soft stop is not wo...
As per discussion under this thread (https://w3-connections.ibm.com/forums/html/topic?id=28aea542-95c8-4804-8895-8947970f1932) , it is not possible to correlate properly MQ MFT and CD file exchanges in SCC.As per discussions with Thurman O. Pylant...
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