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Thank you for taking the time to provide your ideas to IBM.We appreciate your willingness to share details about your experience and your recommendations. After carefully reviweing this and considering other piorities, we wont be able to implement this in near future. Moreover there are other workaround as suggested by some of our other customers below.
If you have any additional feedback, thoughts or ideas, or if there is anything else I can do, please do not hesitate to reply to this message to continue the conversation. Appreciate your patience.
Suggestion: Create a master CA bundle to store all of the intermediate and roots. Setup one truststore per environment or protocol and refer all netmap entries to that store so that you only have to maintain the one store.
Have you tried to create a master CA bundle to store all of the intermediate and roots? You could setup one truststore per environment or protocol and refer all netmap entries to that store so that you only have to maintain the one store.