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We have implemented ELM which is being accessed from another Portal. We have implemented Single Sign On through SAML, but Single Sign Out is not working still. We are expected Single Sign Out to work properly, so that once Customer Signs out from ...
Liberty on z/OS - Reduce the size of the SMF 120 subtype 11 User Data section when there is only 1
Today the SMF 120 subtype 11 record is approximately 630 bytes. When a customer or program product writes to the User Data section then the record grows in size by 4.5x as the User Data section has a fixed length of 2048 bytes regardless of how mu...
Administration and application traffic on different ports
For better security, an application server's application traffic can be initiated from the web server in the DMZ, but it should not be possible for administration traffic. For Liberty profile, it is difficult to achieve.
We are using a feature that pulls in ejbRemote-3.2 but are not using any of the functionality that ejbRemote-3.2 provides. ejbRemote-3.2 opens up a non-secure IIOP listener on port 2809. We need to disable all non-secure ports in this environment,...
Support alternative server name to defaultServer using Liberty docker images
At present, the server name for IBM provided containers are 'defaultServer'. When using Liberty containers with WebSphere Automation, this 'defaultServer' name is reported. We would like to override this 'defaultServer' name to set it to a value t...
SSL Certificate Management for Liberty Profile. Certificate expiry Alerting and Certificate Renewal
WAS Liberty Profile requires SSL expiry monitoring and alerting. SSL Certificates are usually valid for many years, and the expiry dates of certificates are often missed, until the system fails due to expired certificates.
For Traditional and Base Websphere, we are able to specify the timeout when executing stopServer server1 -timeout 60.
Can similar functionality be added to Liberty's server stop command? This will enable us to take correction action sooner whe...
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