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Include re-try and timeout with Activation Spec listener status in the WAS Console
In the WAS Console, when we look at the Activation Spec listener status, instead of just showing 'green' or 'red', it should have functionality where we're able to see the re-tries with the connection the IBM QMGR. Multiple App teams with RBC will...
WebSphere Application Server Support for HashiCorp Vault usage
Our organization mandates the use of HashiCorp Vault to store and retrieve passwords.For Applications hosted on WebSphere Application Server, there is no direct support to make use of HashiCorp Vault to store/retrieve database password as part of ...
Add feature to configure Enable/Disable System Dump from admin console
WAS admin console users have the ability to take System dumps and causes issues in production during peak traffic. Requesting a feature added so WAS admins can configure to enable or disable in production environments.
Support Java 2 Security to restrict application acceess to local resoures
This a CAT-I finding for DoD STIG: Below is their reasoning:Rule Title: The WebSphere Application Server Java 2 security must be enabled.Discussion: Java 2 security provides a policy-based fine grained access control mechanism that increases ove...
Plugin re-tries on 503 error code is equal to the number of jvms in a cluster. We have huge cluster with more than 50 jvms. We want to limit the number of re-tries which plugin attempts on 503. Need a setting to define the limit on the number of r...
Allow for multiple Subject Alternative Name DNS entries in Certificate Signing Requests in the WAS admin console
In WebSphere 8.5.5 fix pack 18 support for specifying Subject Alternative Names DND, IP, email values was added when creating a certificate signing request (CSR) via the WebSphere Administrative Console. However, the capability currently allows o...
We have a requirement to update WAS settings from within the secure wsadmin.sh runtime.The updates require calling out to other servers in our network using REST-ful calls. The GitHub "requests" module meets most needs. But we can not use it bec...
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