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Hi, following the recent delivery in FTM for SWIFT Services 3.2.4 of an UETR MWH-index for FIN messages, the upcoming go-live in Nov 2022 of CBPR+ and HVPS+ with ISO 20022 / InterAct messages including UETR tags in several message types would make...
Support longer passwords for standalone utilities using DB2
The standalone DB2 utilities of FTM SWIFT should allow using a password longer than 8 characters. This is required to use moden authentication means as pass phrases or pin/token.On z/OS, this implies support of JDBC type 4 connections.Relevant uti...
Tool for reporting last-used dates and extracting contents from MER templates.
a) A tool for reporting the last used-used timestamp of MER templates.Refer to MR0816126628 , MER: Templates should get a last-used timestamp.The tool should create a file/report that identifies and shows details of templates and also reports t...
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