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Purge utility configuration parameters enhancement request for FTM V3.0 on z/OS
The current (FTM V188.8.131.52) purge utility requires changes to a properties file, which in a production environment, is restricted. The purge utility can also benefit from re-design to allow additional configuration, delivering improved usability.
If a source system sends a malformed XML message to FTM V184.108.40.206, the FTM OAC "Raw Data" tab cannot display the message. Instead, it displays the following error message:Error: TypeError: Argument 1 of XSLTProcessor.transformToDocument is not an o...
FTM recently provided a very useful command script to automate extraction of FSM SQL and Config SQL from the FSM Model. A similar script to automate generation of the BIRT Report from FSM Model would also be useful.
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