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Allow selection of different Catalog in Assembly view
When using the test functionality in the assembly to publish and test there is no option to choose another catalog than the sandbox catalog. If we have an option to select other catalogs, then it will be helpful in testing the API on the different...
Establish full RFC compliance with Datapower Passive session affinity
When using Datapowers' session affinity type passiv being based on the DPJESSIONID injection cookie we discovered that this implementation is not fully compliant with the cookie RFC6225. The Datapower implementation requires always to set a cookie...
Reccyle JMS connections and sessions after a period of inactivity
Problem description:We have JMSOutput nodes configured using Tibco EMS as the JMS provider. After a period of inactivity, a new transaction is triggered that writes to the JMS Output node and IIB attempts to use a session that is closed, so it is ...
almost 5 years ago
in App Connect
IMSConnectHandler support for different IRM Arch level messages
At the moment DataPower IMSConnect handler assumes a fixed message header length of 80 bytes. Accordingly rejects headers with length less than 80 directly, and parses messages with longer header lengths incorrectly (leaking header bytes to payloa...
Sending email via smtp EHLO with a hostname or configurable hostname instead of 127.0.0.1
A customer SMTP server was configured and sending the test email in the APIC CMC is failing due to the following problem.IBM Case: TS002656673----Error Message ---A Server Error occurredError sending mail message using mail server named smtp1-xxxx...
IT should be possible to use Websockets for APIs that are enforced via DataPower as API Gateway in IBM API Connect. Currentlx this is not supported, although DataPower as a product itself does support the use of WebSockets
over 3 years ago
in API Connect
Planned for future release
Administration of Multiple Integration Nodes from one Web UI
Provide the ability to administer multiple integration nodes from one unified web user interface. Allow deployments, applying of policies, start/stop, and viewing of statistics all from one web based user interface. Provide fully administration ...
Per PMR WMB 8.0 ".Broker file" currently does not support multi-instance
Per, PMR 41175,442,000, in version WMB 220.127.116.11, the .broker files used to attach and administer brokers from WMB Explorer, and WMB Toolkit. IBM Support asked me to open RFE. See their email below.----- UPDATE -----As mentioned earlier we do not ...