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Configure Duplicate database purge to run on weekends only
The Duplicate data base purge task that is scheduled to run periodically throughput that day is negatively impacting the response times on Duplicate Detect Engine and Suspect items review functions. We need the ability to schedule the purge task ...
Expose FTM for check content / context error codes so that Items can be treated as administrative returns. currently error codes assigned by the Content and Context nodes are not accessible to downstream nodes. In effect, the content of the ibmNpr...
TCR Configuration to Make Edit, Insert or Undelete Control Document Edits/Inserts Permissionable Actions
TCR configuration to not allow a TCR operator/user to edit, insert or undelete block or batch control documents. This should be controlled by User's access roles or permissions in addition to "Move" and "Delete" Control Document that are already ...
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