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IBM Observability with Instana
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Ability to programmatically change rptuser password and insert into users' DWC configurations
I support high-security policies by programmatically generating passwords for accounts used by IWS and making corresponding changes on the IWS side (like with changePassword.sh), without human intervention. The exception is the rptuser account use...
IBM Workload Scheduler integration with ElasticSearch (ELK) for logging
The customer CaixaBank is using IBM Workload Scheduler for Distributed to schedule in several systems. There is also an ongoing project of centralize all logs, from all those systems into a central ElasticSearch repository. It provides benefits li...
TWS is very sensitive to the point that even a small increase in SAN disk I/O wait, delays job execution
Constant read/write of data by TWS into .msg queues makes TWS very sensitive, even a small increase of 8-10 msecs in disk I/O wait time starts queueing up messages in Intercom.msg and eventually delaying job execution.
Support extended characters in user name of IBM Workload Scheduler product
Government of Alberta User Name standards include a dot "." in the user name. IWS Installer limits the User name can contain alphanumeric, dash (-), and underscore (_) characters. Requesting extension of this limitation to include other extended c...
Couldn't extract "Spool List Recipient" details from r3tool
Unable to extract "Spool List Recipient" details from r3tool. When we define email ID for a SAP job , this detail is missing when we take the back of that job using r3tool.But when we define the email ID for the step information in "Spool Request"...
Need IWS MQ Request/Response to be able to match remote application behavior
The current design of the IWS MQ Plugin for the Request/Response action expects the remote application to reply with the message id from the request on the correlation id of the response. We need the IWS MQ Plugin enhanced to be able to match the ...
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