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The IBM team may need your help to refine the ideas so they may ask for more information or feedback. The offering manager team will then decide if they can begin working on your idea. If they can start during the next development cycle, they will put the idea on the priority list. Each team at IBM works on a different schedule, where some ideas can be implemented right away, others may be placed on a different schedule.

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Some ideas can be implemented at IBM, while others may not fit within the development plans for the product. In either case, the team will let you know as soon as possible. In some cases, we may be able to find alternatives for ideas which cannot be implemented in a reasonable time.

Need to display source and destination folder in email alert

Our Managed File Transfer team is under tremendous pressure to migrate file transfers from legacy standalone FTP servers to the Sterling Managed File Transfer solution.  An incredibly influential business unit needs both the source/producer and destination/consumer folder paths displayed in an ICC generated email alert.  These sources and destinations can be either Sterling mailboxes and/or non-Sterling folders on windows, unix or NAS share servers.  File transfer protocols exchanging files between source/producer and destination/consumer can range from FTPs, SFTP, Connect:Direct, FSA/CLA2.

 

This business unit requires these values in an email alert so that Sterling offers the same functionality that their legacy process offers.  The email notification is an vital part of their workflow.

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Our Managed File Transfer team is under tremendous pressure to migrate file transfers from legacy standalone FTP servers to the Sterling Managed File Transfer solution.  An incredibly influential business unit needs both the source/producer and destination/consumer folder paths displayed in an ICC generated email alert.  These sources and destinations can be either Sterling mailboxes and/or non-Sterling folders on windows, unix or NAS share servers.  File transfer protocols exchanging files between source/producer and destination/consumer can range from FTPs, SFTP, Connect:Direct, FSA/CLA2.

 

This business unit requires these values in an email alert so that Sterling offers the same functionality that their legacy process offers.  The email notification is an vital part of their workflow.

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