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We'd like to see support for additional Linux distributions but in particular, CentOS and Ubuntu.
This is useful as it will enable a greater, more cost effective, deployment choices across a broader range of cloud hosting platforms.
Include jdbc oracle string in Search properties file to allow Failover options
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There are many settings, configuration files, parameters, etc. in an OpenPages installation. It would be helpful if we had a script or utility that could validate those settings against one another and against the installed environment. For exampl...
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