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Need document which describes procedure of changing middleware
Need document which decribes procedure of changing middleware such as DB,Web when change host name of OpenPages sever.For it is ofen to copy a virtual OS in a virtual environment, it is necessary to change the host name.It is necessary to rename w...
SSO/SPENGO is currently not on the IBM Product Roadmap and there are no future plans currently for supporting this
HSBC have asked IBM to provide an update on how the SSO/SPENGO support offering at IBM will be maturing and when HSBC might be able to expect an officially supported release of this – IBM have informed HSBC that SSO/SPENGO is currently not on the ...
We have international users and OpenPages shall be running 7/24 and at the same time with backup running nightly. With the fact that OpenPages doesn't store all information in the database, it stores part of it in the file system openpages-storage...
Hardcoded Encryption Key is being used in OpenPages. As checked with IBM support team, here is the information: "For LDAP authentication, the aurora_auth.config is configured and it stores the LDAP "security.search.user.credentials". The password ...
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