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IBM Sterling Suite products support for New Relic
We would like to setup application monitoring dashboards through New Relic tool for which we have to configure Java agents in startup script. Please add support for New Relic tool.
Add parameters SACCT and PACCT to C:D Begin Session Service
We are currently using C:D parameters PACCT and SACCT to collect accounting information for C:D filetransfers. The reason is thatthese fields are the only fields that, independent of OS, are able to store up to 200 characters. This informatin is t...
Splunk pug in
It will be used to monitor the environment as well as stats of BP operations.
Increase the number of variables for the SNMP Trap Generator
When sending enterprise or custom Traps, we are currently limited to 6 variables for each Trap. If we can increase this number, then SNMP Traps, which is already a very reliable monitoring tool, will become exponentially more useful.
DB Resource Monitor needs to support JDBC URL / RAC Address
Currently DB resource monitor can only be pointed to an individual DB instance. As all of our DB pools are pointed to a RAC cluster this configuration is useless and leads to false alerts any time a single node goes down for patching, even though...
allow regex and special characters in report filters
Reports, such as the Authentication Report, require every specific/unique instance of a filter value to be set up whereas a regex match or using special characters similar to a SQL "like" query would improve the overall report usefulness.
Display the Database Usage Portlet in an automated daily batch job?
My management needs to monitor our SFG/B2B Oracle database usage to ensure that a sudden influx of unexpected high-volume data does not use up all remaining space in that database, crashing SFG/B2B and making it necessary to rebuild this system.
Create a report that contains a list of user by group for auditing purposes
Currently, the only option I know of is to manually list the users and what groups they are associated with. This includes going through each account and copy&pasting into a spreadsheet to email to security group....
Date/Timer Functionality For Multiple Logs
I've found myself in a Catch-22 scenario when reporting B2Bi issues to IBM. IBM requests debug level logging from the time of the error, but IBM also tells us we shouldn't leave logs set to debug. So we usually have to try to recreate the issue ...