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Currently the OpenPages Installer runs a series of pre-validation checks with minimal optionality to ignore these checks.
A few examples:
Forced to install to install (or at least pass validation) OpenPages & Cognos, even if I only want...
Add support for IBM Cloud APM Agent for WebSphere MQ Agent on Solaris Sparc platform
Add support for IBM Cloud APM Agent for WebSphere MQ Agent on Solaris Sparc platform as we have primarily solaris sparc platform which has IBM Websphere MQ and your IBM Cloud APM agent 18.104.22.168.10 doesn't support this platform.
Notification for reaching thresholds in Op Install
The customer is looking to add a notification during the install process of OpenPages. This notification will be sent to administrators when the IBPMMessage queues in WAS console reach a threshold limit of 40000 before it reaches the maximum limit...
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