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Control Center Rule Correlation
Two of the things we utilize Control Center for is SLC notification and processes that do not end successfully. We have some transmissions that are monitored on SLCs that are contractual (sla). We do get an alert if the sla transmission has not ...
Control Center 6.1 and above - Control Center SLC Debug Report
After Control Center 5.3.04, the SLC Debug Report gets created on the file system of the Control Center application server. I understand that IBM's reason for moving it to the file system was for security reasons, but there has got to be a way th...
Hold, release, and Deleted from Queued Activity on Web Console
Prior to 6.1, a user could hold, release, and delete processes from the Queued Activity Monitor on the Java console. It seems that this functionality is not present in the Web console for 6.1.+ This is needed ASAP!
Add process name filter
In the Control Center Web console, there is not currently a way to filter by process name. There is for process ID though. Please add a filter for process name.
Allow users to save filters in the Web console
Our operators are responsible for monitoring a particular set of servers. Currently, the users would need to either select the servers they want to monitor Active Alerts and Queued Activity for from the Java swing console or they will need to fil...
B2Bi server down should indicate node ID
When ICC sees that a node went down in B2Bi, it only shows the server name/alias and not the node that went down
Capability to Monitor IBM MQ Servers (Not MQ FTE) using IBM Control Center
Could you please add the capability to Monitor IBM MQ Servers using IBM Control Center.
change the time stamp to real time.
Completed processes or file transfers
the here is what shown -- can that 30 min ago be changed to the actual end time? It would show 12:38 and not 30 mins ago
Ended Type Server ...
Auto alert facility when an adapter or any component is down.
Hi IBM Team,As of today, there is no alerting functionality in SSP or SEAS if an important component or adapter is down. Would be good if some default error reporting via different channels like email etc. could be incorporated in the Production.
Control Center rules: Time value key needed
I currently have a Control Center rule setup for message ID's CCTR135I or CCTR138I. I want to be alerted if inserts or retrievals take 1 minute or more. I do not see a way to do this currently with the keys that are available. Right now, I have...