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Make the Repair Reviewed ID field on the General tab in TCR a permission so only authorized users can see this information.
why is it useful - If the repair associate makes an error processing the item, their user ID can be seen by their peer balancing the UOW. Having the access to this information be set as a permission will allow only an authorized user, i.e. supervi...
Allow for the ‘-‘ key to be used as a modifier for hot keys.
There are many limitations to the number of hotkeys that can be used in FTM due to Windows key functions and other conflicts between Shift and ALT with the 10 key pad. Using a modifier outside of the common CTRL, ALT, Shift would allow for a large...
5922420_FTMV30012_QA_ROCS_FTM Ticket for Viewing Filters on DOJO Screens
Not able to view which filters are selected on the DOJO screens unless you hover over gray area on the screen We would like to be able to have the option to view with filters are currently selected on the Inbound Transmission screens. Currently th...
New field on the Task Configuration screen to then be used to filter/group records displayed in the Task Configuration screen
Provide a new field on the New Task Configuration screen which we could then use to filter/group tasks on the Task Operation screen via a filter feature added here. This new field should be a text field that we could use to input a priority or gro...
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 o...
one of the things that is coming out of recent PCI reviews, is that the expectation that we can’t just rely on disk encryption to satisfy the requirements, but individual data/files need to be encrypted independently. This would obviously apply to...
Improvement for the Image degradation issue in Duplicate review screen in FTM/IPD
In the Duplicate review screen, the two images (Review item and Comparison item) are side by side displayed, but due to the degradation of the image as compared to the actual image quality, the details displayed are not very clear leading to the r...
Ability to make auto-populated TCR custom advice attributes uneditable and/or hidden
Why is it useful: Because some of the auto-populated fields for advices do not need to appear in adjustments, this will give us better control of what the operator can see.
Who should benefit from it: Balancing operator
How should it work? Add f...
Automate WAS server failover when Multiple DBs are used
USB would like IBM to automate the failover of WAS servers when multiple DBs are used. USB wants to avoid manual failover setup of services framework tasks if there exists multiple WAS servers on different Databases.
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