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Secure SSL communication between RStudio and Nexus
Please refer to support case TS005512051 : Problems securely downloading R packages from customer Nexus repository.Communication from RStudio IDE to Nexus repo via http is possible, via https is NOT possible (error message).A solution was found (!...
Shiny asset in analytics project: delete button necessary
Please see case TS005779605 and https://github.ibm.com/PrivateCloud-analytics/Zen/issues/25394. If we have a shiny app asset in an analytics project (pulled via Git) the delete button is missing. It’s only possible to “promote” the app. It must be...
More information & transparency about deployment process of Shiny App needed - Watson Machine Learning
Currently when promoting a Shiny App from Watson Studio to Watson Machine Learning and deploying this Shiny App in Watson Machine Learning there is only little feedback over the progress of the deployment. This is making it difficult troubleshooti...
New feature needed to manage the request-limits of the RStudio pods.
CPDS 18.104.22.168 with CPD 3.5.2.:When RStudio pods reach their allocated RAM limit size, they sometimes just crash and terminate (without an error message to the user), sometimes the user gets an error message (and the pod continues to run and doesn't...
The data what we tested in assets are as follows.
data from WKC in a project
As a project editor, I can use the data without viewing the Patient ID, because I don't have the authorization to view it. So, it is a very important and helpful mechan...
Often clients develop their own python packaes & librariesNot every client has a binary repository manager such as artifactoryClients can add their own libraries in WML using package extensionsCurrently those can only be created using the wml_...
Model release management for batch and web-service scoring
In CP4D analytics project, there is no model release management framework like SPSS Collaboration and Deployment Services (CaDS).We need,1. LEARNING - Running batch script for model re-training at some intervals(weekly or monthly), and save new mo...
I have more than 1000+ script & data, it is hard to managed. In my local environment, there is a file-system so that I can create folders/sub-folders to put the assets in right position but it is not on CPD.
Allow central configuration of platform settings (especially for SSL CA setup for Git)
Many platform parameters need to be configured using config parametersIn order to configure the CA for a self-hosted Git server in R Studio, the CAs needs to be added through the Git integration token in the UI. Even though this works, it is coun...
Enable one Git Repository to be integrated with multiple CP4D Projects
There is currently the following limitation on Git Integration into Analytics Projects:Each project must have its own Git repository. No two projects can use the same Git repository. This is especially relevant when working in projects with Jupyte...
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