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ITXA - Inactive Partner Report

Create a reporting process or last envelope modified date so inactive partners can be identified. Inactive partners can be partners with no activity greater than 30 days or 60 days (possible configurable parameter).

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  • Dec 18 2019
  • Declined
How will this idea be used?

Manage partner database to remove trading partners feeds that are no longer active.

What is your industry? Travel & Transportation
What is the idea priority? High
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    Guest commented
    7 Apr 09:51pm

    My business problem/request is how to identify inactive partners in ITXA TPUI. This is my trading partner management tool for ITX/ITXA. I opened a PMR asking for such and it was closed saying that there is no last modified date on table and open a new feature request. The new feature request is closed with no solution to my business problem/request.

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    Luke Raiano commented
    14 Jan 07:58pm

    IBM does not publish the layout of product databases, primarily because the layout is subject to change.When reports or processes are run against production databases, it could have a negative impact on product performance and availability. Finally, making changes directly to the database is particularly risky and IBM recommends against this.