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FTM/TCH enhancements to facilitate automated Business Day management
BB&T plans to use FTMDP for TCH processing. It envisions that the process will be fully/mostly "automated" with minimum operator intervention. Currently it uses Service Framework tasks and scheduler to automate the opening and activation of Bu...
When testing a setup change on the FS37 system at IBM, there was a typo in one of the Collectors. This raised errors in the log (see screen shot of system log), and these errors should have kept the release from activating. However, the BR UI showed the new release as Active (see screen shot of UI).
Make entitlements easy to align with roles or give better documentation
Rename and make the entitlements and roles in alignment with how they look on the FTM UI to make it easy to understand by selecting an option, the role will get to do 'x' action and view/edit on 'y' screen.The current entitlements are very cryptic...
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