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WebSphere Liberty has different pricing models, such as Liberty core and base, where each edition has a different set of features (base being a superset of core). Customers that start from kernel and grow their installation using installationManag...
Allow environment variables in the plugin-cfg.xml file
Our customer is evaluating WebSphere Liberty 188.8.131.52 using the latest version v184.108.40.206 IHS + PLUGIN tar instalation package to develop an architecture for running WebSphere Liberty in a containerized environment. When we run the "pluginUtility ge...
Liberty zOS - improve process to determine when mapped userid does not have access to APPL
Hi in Liberty on zOS, when authenticating to an application using a client certificate, the client certificate is mapped to a RACF user id. To be able to invoke the application, the mapped RACF user id needs to have READ access to the APPL class. ...
Liberty supports loading configuration from the configDropins/default, configDropins/overrides and the server.xml file. This can result in multiple configuration files, and it can be hard to determine what the server is actually running with.
adding surgeThreshold and SurgeCreationgInterval attributes to connectionManager element for WebSphere Liberty Profile
In WebSphere Libery Profile, we need surgeThreshold and surgeCreationgInterval attributes like WebSphere Traditional. This attributes are clearly defined on KC for WebSphere Traditional.http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSAW57_8.5.5/com.i...
Liberty JSR-352: Liberty Batch needs to provide support for running workloads at different Service Classes
Today under WCG we can run workload under different Service Classes as defined in our WLM policy within the Batch Container. It would appear that under Liberty Profile and JSR-352 all work will run under the Service Class of the Server address space.
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,...
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...
Provide a feature for Dynamic IP restriction settings for IBM Websphere Liberty server
Our product runs on bundled IBM Liberty Server. The version of the Liberty that gets deployed with the product is “WebSphere Application Server 220.127.116.11/wlp-1.0.31.cl190820190813-1136”.Currently IBM Websphere Liberty does not provide any mechanism...
Allow usage of z/OSMF JWT tokens by multiple sessions using the same user ID
We are using new APIs to obtain JWT tokens (/zosmf/services/authenticate) from our automated scripts that use other z/OSMF REST APIs with the obtained. After the script completes, it calls the DELETE method to invalidate the token that it obtained...
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