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Files attached to objects in OpenPages may contain sensitive information and requires OpenPages to support encryption / decryption of these files.This request was intended in the existing idea OPP-I-278 (Support for Encryption of Files / Encrypted...
Incorporate standard logging of events on OpenPages application server
Our company have a standard in submitting all application logs to our enterprise SIEM tool for monitoring. We had inquired with the OpenPages Product Support team but their response was at the time, no standard messaging capabilities - see TS00260...
IBM OpenPages Support for IBM Cloud Object Storage is required
IBM OpenPages currently supports SAN and NAS for document storage, but these systems have limitations. SAN is only supported out-of-the-box in a single server configuration, while NAS storage cannot be expanded without migrating the entire volume...
We'd like to see support for additional Linux distributions but in particular, CentOS and Ubuntu.
This is useful as it will enable a greater, more cost effective, deployment choices across a broader range of cloud hosting platforms.
Include jdbc oracle string in Search properties file to allow Failover options
Currently, in the Search server properties files, there is option to mention only DB Host name and we can enter only 1 Host name. It would be helpful to add a failover string like in aurora.properties file where we can mention the database.url ins...
There are many settings, configuration files, parameters, etc. in an OpenPages installation. It would be helpful if we had a script or utility that could validate those settings against one another and against the installed environment. For exam...
Oracle will no longer support Oracle 11G DB without additional fees for extended support effective 12-31-2015. For this reason, we are requesting OpenPages supported applications, including and specifically Version 7.0 be certified as compatible ...
We currently installed OpenPages 7.2 at Unicredit, and they have Oracle Database Vault enabled on their QA and PROD environments. This means we had to modify the database install scripts quite heavily to accommodate the segregation of duty that DV...
grcTrigger loads without warning for an unrecognizable event type
The grcTrigger statup doesn't warning about unrecognizable event type.It accepts anything.A silly type as "update.objects" can pass undetectable since several other events have .objects, with "s", like "associate.objects", "disassociate.objects", ...
General Motors' IT standards dictate that Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) should be used for Oracle database installations hence we need IBM to support that as well. This will secure IBM's ongoing support for Openpages to GM.
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