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Allow agent logs to be accessible from UCD server UI according to name pattern defined in agents log4j
Currently the "request agent logs" feature from UCD server UI only supports the agent log files in format agent.out.<INDEX>. We are working with teams which updated the agent log4j to alter the log file name to a daily naming syntax, e.g. ag...
UrbanCode Deploy to Support Multi-Component Installs In a Specific Order (Where All Components in an Application Share the same Tag) Based on Snapshot Details
UrbanCode Deploy currently supports installing a component with multiple versions in a specific order based on the order that the versions are added to the component in a snapshot. However, UrbanCode Deploy doesn't support installing multiple com...
Impersonation on Windows should be possible without requiring an admin or highly privileged account
According to the documentation of https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/urbancode-deploy/7.0.4?topic=steps-impersonation-windows-systems, the agent needs to run with any of the following users:LocalSystemAdministratorThese accounts are admin accounts, which...
Access to ApplicationProcessRequest properties without a full deployment trace
In order to generate custom deployment reports to our release management team, we are required to list up all the deployments, including a wide range of additional data (may or may not come from UCD).As part of the deployments, there are certain p...
As part of a release pipeline, we would like to be able to upload the plugin to UrbanCode Deploy through a Jenkins pipeline.Currently, after the deploy, we have to manually upload the plugin to the instance, which is an action that we would like t...
We are currently creating tokens for technical accounts. There is a expiration date foreseen, after which those need to be rotated. In order to make sure that +/- 1 month we are notified of any expiring tokens, we have designed a batch that will v...
Allow mail notification scheme to send a mail to the person who triggered the deployment process
Currently, UCD only allows you to specify the recipient as a notification scheme through the roles.There are a couple of different use cases that require additional freedom:The option to specify that the mail should only be sent to the person who ...
UCD Components installation on Kubernetes platform
Current helm chart for UCD Components installation is only supported for Openshift Shift platform as imgagecontentsourcepolicy can be set only on Openshift. For Kubernetes platforms like TKG(Tanzu Kubernetes Grid) existing helm chart doesnt provid...
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