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File Agent doesn’t support Certificate-based authentication, it will be difficult for us to manage the passwords on File Agent authentications.
We have around 35,000 Connect:Direct nodes and File Agents will be deployed across all the stores. We have a password policy where the passwords are going to expire every 90 days, Maintenance of these many nodes will be a tedious task. Switching t...
PEM API Test Capability
The PEM API documentation page does not provide a sample input and output message format for the APIs.
Some of the API inputs are not intuitive and difficult to get to the correct format accepted by the APIs. If there is an easier API test capabi...
Docker Image for Sterling Connect:Direct
Almost all IBM integration tools (Datapower,IIB, MQ, WAS) has docker image. I got to know there is no Docker image for Connect:Direct.
Provision to Choose Perimeter Server in SSH KEY GRABBER and SSL Certificate GRABBER in UI and Exposing this service via REST API
PEM - API Method to retrieve Trading Partner Standard User account information
Client has an audit requirement to generate a report of all PEM users (Sponsors, Trading Partner Administrators, and Trading Partner Standard Users). There are REST API methods to get Sponsor and Trading Partner Admin accounts, but not Trading Par...
Support for wildcard certificate
At times we have customers who are using a wildcard certificate for SFG, or a certificate with multiple host names.
PEM throws an error when trying to connect SFG if the host name in certificate and URL does not match.
IBM Sterling B2B Integrator 6.0.2 - Support for Oracle 19c
Need to be able to patch B2Bi with an Oracle SSL connection
Once B2Bi is installed you can configure an Oracle SSL connection per these steps.
Improve diagnostic accuracy of Secure+ error messages
We often get Secure+ error messages (prefix CSPA) that don’t necessarily indicate a Secure+ issue. This makes it difficult to monitor for errors. The error messages that have caused us the most difficulty are:
CSPA202E SSL handshake failure, ...
Certificate-based authentication support for Connect:Direct RESTful API
Connect:Direct Java API supports certificate-based authentication. IBM Sterling Control Center also can use certificate-based authentication to connect and manage Connect:Direct settings. However latest version of RESTful API supports only user/pa...