This is another tool to help you manage your data. This tool combines the power and flexibility of SQL queries with the API to identify records that should be deleted from your system. It is multi threaded and allows the quick and efficient deletion of millions of rows in minutes. Go check it out and as always, let me know if there is anything else you need it to do.
This new tool sits on your server and monitors the availability of your server so that your load balancer can do smart balancing based on if your server is actually online and working, not just that it’s listening on a given port. This will help ensure that your users are not pointed to servers that are misbehaving.
Introducing an all new tool from APL. This one is a login id transformation plugin that works with BMC’s RSSO product. There are times where the source that you are using to get your authentication (CAC Specifically) doesn’t provide you with the information you want to use for logging into Remedy. This plugin is a simple drop in place plugin for RSSO that allows you to utilize Remedy as a transformation source allowing you to store the ‘from’ and ‘to’ values inside of Remedy, then the ‘to’ value is used as your username after authentication. I hope you like it and please, as always, reach out to me if you want features that the tool doesn’t already have.
After many years, I found another use for this plugin. The ability to strip email addresses from the string based on domain, either specify the domain you want to strip, or specify the domain you want to keep and it returns the email string properly modified.
Had a customer come to me the other day needing to use the plugin on a server needing a proxy configuration. I have worked through the changes in the code and provided that feature to them. Also added a few enhancements to the plugin that other customers have asked for. Enjoy
A user came to me yesterday with problems doing a create when the restful service was another Remedy service. I found the bug and have released 2.5 in response to the problem, sorry about the issues.
As part of a support effort a customer was having issues with JSON validation, so I added a method in the call that validates the template contents for accuracy before sending the details over to the destination server. I also enhanced the debug logging a bit and updated the Jackson libraries to the latest versions available. Upgrade is a bit more cumbersome this time with the need to update xml files with new file names, but it’s worth it with the new validations that have been added.
Added some new features to the UserCount app to make application licensing a bit easier to see and manage.
FTS Index just got a facelift, it now supports all of the places (that I know of) that cause a field to be indexed by the FTS engine, and even offers a removal service so you can quickly and easily remove any/all fields from being indexed.
The updated version of the User Count program now supports all licenses, not just ARServer licenses