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Downloads for IBM J9 are behind a log-in and there does not seem to be an API to get them. E.g. for the release 18.104.22.168, we need to download archives for these platforms: AIX 64-bit, pSeries 22.214.171.124-JavaSE-SDK-aix-ppc64-archive Linux 64-bit, pSeri...
Expose messaging engine metrics to mpMetrics/micrometer
The messaging engine contains a lot of capabilities which can be exposed via mpMetrics. Example: There is a file store configuration associated. The level of space used would be an appropriate metrics and probably the most valuable one. Other metr...
In IBM Web Administration for i, when configuring TLS, automatically generate and display the next available TLS port.
This would be very helpful for anyone trying to configure TLS for IWS. It is necessary to apply a unique port that is available. Determining an available port is very difficult for an IBM i admin user to do. The current process is to use NETSTAT o...
Liberty z/OS -J2EE end-user(the WAS principal) to DB2 (setDB2ClientUser)
Liberty z/OS applications require audit and logging in DB2. We need to know who made the changes in the database records. The idea is to pass to the DB2 the J2EE end-user(the WAS principal) and put it on the setDB2ClientUser for the DB2 connection...
pluginConfiguration - functionality to change the LogLevel during plugin generation
We are running Liberty z/OS and we would like to set the Loglevel in logs/state/plugin-cfg.xml file https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/was-liberty/zos?topic=SS7K4U_liberty/com.ibm.websphere.liberty.autogen.nd.doc/ae/rwlp_config_pluginConfiguration.html p...
we do have many applications on a vast number of network interfaces (if/eth) per unix host. In case we need fail-over, we assign multiple ports per application (e.g. 8000, 8001 for application 'a' and 8002 for application 'b').
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 ...
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...
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,...
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