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Increase RECSIZE to a higher value for version 3.6.02
The data is not able to be transferred for certain transmissions due to record size not large enough.
We are requesting to increase the RECSIZE (RUSIZE)value from 8989 to B9B9 so that our LOB customers can transfer files without a size issue.
C:D Unix Web Interface needs some adjustability for user convenience.
The ability to adjust default settings when using the C:D Unix Web Interface is needed. Current defaults when browsing statistics are lowest-common-denominator, i.e. the viewing of records is limited to 10 by default. Most installations are capabl...
Add TEXT/BINARY mode marker to Connect Direct log file
Current version of Connect Direct does not log the information if transmission was made in TEXT or BINARY mode. This enhancement is to add clear information about used mode (TEXT/BINARY) to the log in CTRC record
Have C:D log the expiration date of certificates it receives
Today, when C:D calls out to a remote server, it logs some details about the certificate it received. It would be nice if it also logged the expiration date. This would allow us to write, say, a Perl script to scan the logs once a day looking for ...
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