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Having mode T or O dynamic in APIs through CXTransferSubmit in CX Unix (linux) for Societe Generale

Due to a concentration project at Societe Generale where all transfers are going to be concentrated in a Central Hub (SFG + CX) we faced an issue regarding the mixed of partners defined in mode T and Partners in mode O. In order to not multiply the number of Connect Express monitors in the Central Hub, we ask for an enhancement in CX, to have the Mode T and O dynamic in the transfer request through the API (using the CXTransferSubmit adapter in SFG).

  • Guest
  • Apr 29 2019
  • Planned for future release
What is your industry? Banking
How will this idea be used?

This will allow to not multiply the number of Connect Express Monitor in the Central Hub, to simplify the management, as we have an other constraint, one monitor dedicated to PeSIT protocol, and one other for the PeSITSSL protocol. In the production environment, due to a high availability configuration, we have already to deploy 8 CX monitors (without the enhancement in CX we may have to deploy 16 CX monitors).

  • Guest commented
    2 May, 2019 03:43pm


    Great idea Chris, thank you, this will illustrate my presentation of the RFE acceptance, tomorrow at SocGen during the weekly project meeting.


     


    Cordialement /Regards


     

    Gilles Le Camus

    Watson Supply-Chain CSP

      Phone: 33-6 14 30 17 17


      E-mail: lecamus@fr.ibm.com


     



     

     

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    Subject: Having mode T or O dynamic in APIs through CXTransferSubmit in CX Unix (linux) for Societe Generale status has changed to Planned for Future Release
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  • Admin
    Chris Sanders commented
    2 May, 2019 02:52pm

    Thank you for opening this enhancement request with IBM.  I have reviewed it with my team and we are in agreement that it would be a valuable enhancement.  We have accepted this request and will look to start working on the enhancement soon.  

    Sincerely,

    Chris Sanders

    Connect:Express Offering Manager

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