When building an SLC one step is to create a schedule defining when the SLC is in effect. When you get to the Create SLC Schedule you will be presented with a dropdown with two choices, Calendar Schedule and Duration Schedule. If you select Calendar Schedule two of the parameters are the Normal Start Range (NSR) and the Normal End Range (NER). In a majority of cases you only need to set on of these parameters. The use of an SLC is to determine if an event did or did not happen during a specific time period. Both the NSR... [More]
A common question when upgrading current versions of Sterling Secure Proxy is if the upgrade binaries are all inclusive? Typically that answer is yes. Installing the latest iFix binaries will: A) Be a full installation. There are a few very rare exceptions to this and these will be noted in the readme text associated with the update (a rare Java only update for example) B) Will contain all fixes released up to date the iFix is released. If you are being provided with temporary fixes or... [More]
Can’t log into the SCC console with windows 10 . Problem description and business impact Got a new laptop that has windows 10 and not able to log into the console in control center. Download the newer build: Version 8 Update (build 1.8.0_152-ea-b05) from here: http://jdk.java.net/8/ - JDK 8 Updates Early-Access
FYI you can remove an EP from the Control Center database but you must use SQL to do so. There is no way to do so via Control Center interfaces. Before you follow my instructions below: 1) Make sure there are NO monitored servers assigned to the EP to be removed 2) Make sure the EP to be removed is not the CEP (Controller EP) and last, but not least 3) Make sure all EPs are stopped before proceeding with the SQL below to remove the unwanted EP. The SQL that must be run to remove an EP whose name is for example... [More]
Secure Proxy engine fails to start after upgrading from version 3.4.1.x to 220.127.116.11 The startEngine.out file in the engine bin directory shows this error: Caused by: java.lang.NullPointerException at java.io.File.<init>(File.java:288) at com.sterlingcommerce.csp.logger.ProxyLogger.<clinit>(ProxyLogger.java:312) Cause: During an upgrade from SSP 3.4.1.x to 18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124 there are a couple of files that don't get updgraded. The reason is during the upgrade it detects that those files are present... [More]
There was a fix added to SCCv6101 on builds after July 7th. DCF Solution link before for fix: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg1IT21325&myns=swgother&mynp=OCSS9GLA&mync=E&cm_sp=swgother-_-OCSS9GLA-_-E So, if your running on a SCC version that contains the fix above, then For example, if you want to restrict the number to 10, then On the 11 th export, it will delete the older one and create a new one.
1) Sign on to Cognos Connection and selecting "My Preferences" 2) Setting "show hidden entries" 3) You will see the hidden IBMControlCenter package that they can expand 4) Count the ControlCenterReport-nnnnnnnnn files as each one represents the running of a report.
go to the Web Console, go to the Server and then select Monitor. When the Monitor Screen is Displayed select Failed Transfers Then Select the Line Item of the failed Process and Click on Monotor for Success or Failure to build your Rule for that Failure. then Select the Action you want.
If the customer has enabled nightly purging in CC, then CC will purge the partitions for the following tables as part of the purge process: EVENT_COMMENTS CD_STATS_LOG CE_STATS_LOG CX_STATS_LOG QF_STATS_LOG MQ_STATS_LOG AF_STATS_LOG BP_STATS_LOG FG_STATS_LOG AUDIT_LOG EVENTS_EXT CC_ALERT If the client does not enable the nightly purge then the DBA is responsible for cleaning these up using the following links: they are listed in the doc link:... [More]
SSP adapters normally only determine when a backend connection is down when a connection is attempted to that destination. However, SSP has the capability to automatically detect when a back-end connections is down, and stop the listener on the SSP front end. This will prevent incoming connections from being made and allow Load Balancers, and other devices that monitor services and hardware, will see that they're down and stop routing connections to them. Failover properties are entered one at a time in the Adapter... [More]
The following information will provide all the steps necessary for configuring an SFTP connection through SSP that will utilize the SEAS XAPI custom exit to authenticate SSH key or password back to B2Bi. Before you start (What’s Needed): Client’s SSH Public Key SSP’s SSH private key (sspEng1 _ssh_privatekey) B2BI’s Host public key (B2BiNode1_ssh_publicKey) Admin access to B2Bi Dashboard GUI Admin access to SEAS Dashboard GUI Admin access to SSP Dashboard GUI Configuring B2Bi · Configure SEAS SSO... [More]
Before you can configure the session values in Connect:Direct for UNIX, you need to determine the total number of sessions you are entitled to use. This is determined by your contract license agreement that you signed when you acquired the Connect:Direct software. If you have a "Premium" license, then you can use up to 999 sessions for all incoming and outgoing connections to remote nodes. If you have a "Standard" license, then the license will specify the total number of sessions you are entitled to use. It is your... [More]
This is a Linked Rule that says if the SI Server Adapter goes down “DO NOT” Notify me unless the Adapter is down for more than 5 minutes. But if the Adapter is down for longer than 5 minutes send an Alert. From the Console Go to Man a ge> R ule s /Ac t ion s and select Rules Select the Plus + button to create Name the Rule - I used NODE Down Enable the Rule Select NEXT Select MSGID as the KEY Select EQUALS as the Operator Select Value CGIS011I Select NEXT Do Not use a Schedule. Select NEXT Select No Operation for the... [More]
This is a Linked Rule that says if the SI NODE goes down “DO NOT” Notify me unless the NODE is down for more than 5 minutes. But if the NODE is down for longer than 5 minutes send an Alert. From the Console Go to Mana ge>R ules /Act ions and select Rules Select the Plus + button to create Name the Rule - I used NODE Down Enable the Rule Select NEXT Select MSGID as the KEY Select EQUALS as the Operator Select Value CGIS013I Select NEXT Do Not use a Schedule. Select NEXT Select No Operation for the Alert You will not need... [More]