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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
We are using CD version : IBM_CD_V4.3_UNIX_Linux_Red_Hat.
We need to install CD and FileAgent for our multiple internal BU servers. As you know - we need to use username and password for FileAgent. Please note that we are using common...
Increase PNUM limit to a much higher value (e.g. 1'000'000'000)
PNUM is actually limited to 99999 for most CD implementations. This is very low and has for effect that pnum can rotate very quickly. ICC is for example relying the grouping of CD events on this Process ID (which is a non sense as it's not unique,...
We use standard connection path for certificate-based authentication: CLIENT (for example curl command) -> CDWS (CD Web Services) -> CD (Connect Direct) Let's assume that: CLIENT uses client certificate with CNAME=cert1 CDWS server uses cert...
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