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Allow to use *AND and *OR in Omegamon situations with reflex action.
Having *AND and *OR in formula for situation with reflex action is currently not allowed.
Lack of flexibility in the product means that whenever we want to test on the same type of event for example multiple queues, we will – due to the fact tha...
Netcool/Impact should support functions like getdate() in its restriction
Currently, you cannot add getdate function directly in the Netcool/Impact Restriction filter within OMNIbusEvent Reader service or any other service. If you add getdate function, there are several changes required to be made and you can have only ...
Related Events: Do not suggest new groups covered by a deployed pattern
When new groups are discovered that match an existing pattern, they are not assigned to the existing pattern. This forces the users to move the pattern to new and then to deploy it again, so that new groups are assigned to the exsting pattern. The...
Enhance List Widget to work with touch and mouse on devices with touchscreen
If a List Widget is loaded on any page of DASH, this List Widget will not show any Scrollbar, if opened on a browser on a device with touchscreen. So it is hard to use with mouse then. Other functionality as HTML-Links within SmartText Widget and ...
New functionality: Tracking discarded traps snmpv3 in mttrapd probe #SPGI #EMEA
Now days it is not possible to have a real tracking about all traps snmp v3. By default the mttrapd probe discards all non registered engineID's, but this is difficult in big environment with devices like F5, where all traps have their own engineI...
OOTB support for Multi-Objectserver Cloud Native Event Analytics.
Most Telco customers have more than a single Objectserver processing their Network faults. The current limitation is posing to be big bottleneck for performing cross Objectserver Temporal event analytics. The request is basically to implement an O...
Version Controlling in Omnibus WebGUI Filters and Views
We need to have a version controlling for the Omnibus WebGUI Filters and Views, so that we could track who is changing them. Also if we could implement version controlling like Netcool/Impact it will be easy enough for whole WebGUI.
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