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Handling Attachments and setting field values at the same time using OSLC 2.0
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We're trying to work with our security teams to create policies that will allow ClearQuest to run at a higher level of permission elevation in our environments. Software on our user's machines is very tightly managed to not allow registry updates...
IBM ClearQuest 9 Search feature add a column matching the words searched
For the full search feature, it will be good to have an additional column that can show the fields that contains the keywords matching the words of the text searched or have a mechanism where we can visualize where are the words searched in each r...
Admins to configure the default record view for all users to be either List View, Custom List View or Tabbed View
• Currently in ClearQuest, there are 3 types ways to view a record – List View, Custom List View and Tabbed View. Tabbed View is the default view for all our users and user can set in their preferences to make the custom list view as default or t...
ClearQuest Web : Named List edition should be sorted
Over ClearQuest Web, it is now possible to edit "Named List", which is a great feature.But over the edition, the named list is not sorted at all, thus making difficult to find out when you want to edit.Also, the list of values should be (optionnal...
Applications, operating systems and network infrastructure with unpatched security vulnerabilities might be targeted and compromised by attackers, using publicly known or specially crafted exploits. Depending on the type and severity of the presen...
Penetration_test : Antivirus Solution Missing for Uploaded Files
Whenever files can be uploaded to a server, they should be scanned by an anti-virus solution for malicious contents. Otherwise, an attacker might distribute malware of all colour and shape and potentially compromise the server, the adjacent infras...
Provide the ability to disable or customize the CQ web client “Print” button / icon. Allow:1. Enable or Disable the print button function. (minimally).2. Assign a default custom report per record type to the print button (ideally).The current C...
Buttons which were not assigned directly to a field could be used (clickable) in record status read-only and modify. Since specific security fix this behaviour was disabled (PMR by Bosch, at this moment unknown PMR number)
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