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Integrate FTM with SailPoint IdentityNow for centralized user account governance and provisioning.
SailPoint can be integrated via an API or a JDBC connection directly to the database. The IdentityNow product would need to be able to perform the following:1) Add a user and assign to an existing FTM group or groups2) Change a users group member...
Specifically, we are asking for the Deployment Configuration Utility to have the ability to reference an external properties file in the same manner as the FTM Properties files work today with the "newConfigurationFile" parameter. The DCU should ...
FTMV30012_Dev2_NIT Request that IBM review FTM for compliance with NIT WAS Standards re: Section 22 > logging
Application LoggingThe WebSphere Application Server logs such as SystemOut.log and SystemErr.log are for use by WebSphere Application Server only and cannot be used by the application for any type of logging. Applications should utilize an approve...
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