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We are planning to use Liberty for running online transactions on mainframe.The model is going to be: Consumer -- > Web server (on z/) -- > Liberty app server (on z/).As we understand, the request from the Web server first arrives at a Globa...
Liberty does not supply the amount of statistics that tWAS allows. It would be useful to have a feature similar to tWAS's Request Metrics that prints out the time certain components took in processing, like JDBC times, EJB execution times, etc.
Our deployment has a web-services layer in Liberty connected to COBOL programs using JCICS. If the arrival rate of the requests is higher than the service rate of the servers the requests are queued in Liberty. If the clients time-out, the request...
View et Adapted bootstrap.properties into AdminCenter
It would be very interesting to see and be able to modify the bootstrap.properties file of the server liberty from AdminCenter.Currently, the server.xml is displayed in AdminCenter with the variables in the bootstrap.properties file. It would be i...
The current implementation of the JSR-352 (Java Batch) in WebSphere Liberty Profile requires to have both a connection to the JobRepository and to the business data for chunk processing. As a consequence the system always needs a global transactio...
Priority of tokens are configurable when mixed authentication are enabled
When Liberty is configured to accept both LTPA tokens and JWT tokens, Liberty uses JWT tokens by default. LTPA token is ignored by the server. We would like to open this requirement that allow administrator set which SSO token is used for server a...
Liberty Act Spec with destinationRef using reference to App context variable
Trying to set an MDB with an activation specification that references a JMS Destination Definition that is set in the application does not work. The issue appears to be the server.xml configuration is trying to do the lookup before the application...
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