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Limit the size of BPM error objects for SOAP faults
When web service calls are made by BPM applications, the service providers may reply by passing back SOAP faults to indicate error conditions. These SOAP faults are transformed by BPM into tw.systems.error objects which thereby carry the informat...
Add support for consuming REST service with INT64 field
currently when consuming a REST service if it contains an INT64 field. the field cannot be used according to the following documentation: https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/baw/19.x?topic=service-limitations-invoking-restWe ask to enalbe consuming a REST...
The custom color palette has to be created and updated by an Admin user (so, someone in Chris & Jamil’s organization)A custom color palette will only show colors to which a label has been assigned. There is no option to select only the colors ...
It would be nice to have BAW, ODM, Filenet, CMOD connectors to be pullable as commands instead of always built from scratch. This has been listed as a reason why customer is no longer interested in WDG. We speak to our placement within the cloudpa...
Provide a "execute script if" command, similar to "execute routine if"
In order to avoid if-else statements to call scripts, it would be great to have a command similar to "execute routine if".For example, I can currently do:classifyText result=categorygoSubIf --name "X routine" category=xgoSubIf --name "Y routine" c...
EJB Sessions should be renewable especially when running exposed Human Services.
We would like to be able to renew an EJB Session for a user. Increasing the timeout as described here ‘https://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg1JR50708' is not possible, as with many users this would increase the heap size unjustified.
Descriptive Error Messages for BPM Document Upload Failures
This idea is related to improving the error messages that a user sees when they try to upload a document and the upload fails. Currently, there is only a generic "Upload failed" type error message. The generic error message that the upload failed ...
In the Workflow ‘Stats', a feature needs to be built such that, upon filtering, we should be able to get the break-down of Stats, i.e. Count of;1. How many processes have been completed 2. How many approved 3. How many rejected 4. How many are sti...