Citigroup has a rule that only JDK/JRE that are supported by Citi are allowed to be used on all products that are packaged for general users. Currently the internal packaging team at Citi striped the IBM JDK/JRE from a Data Server Client 11.1.2. As a result of that action Replication Center cannot be started, we will have to request a deviation to be able to package the client. But IBM needs to removed that hard requirement and allow Replication Center use the customer standard JDK/JRE that the customer supports. We are requesting this to be remediated on a future release of Replication Center.
|Who would benefit from this IDEA?||Vendors should provide solution that allow their customers to fulfill the rules the customer set at their shops as standards and not force such a hardcoded solution, what JDK/JRE the customer use should be up to the customer to decide what is the customer willing to support for all their java environments|
How should it work?
1)Proposed Solution -Allow Replication Center to use the customer standard JDK/JRE environment as an option instead of forcing the use of IBM JDK/JRE
2)Measurable Benefits of the Solution -The Citi Standard is not negotiable and other Vendors do not have this hardcoded requirement for their products JAVA Environment
3) What we re doing today is putting a deviation form to get this non standard build to be approved as an exception, but we need IBM to correct this restrictive design permanently allowing the customer to enforce their standards
|Priority Justification||Citi has hard requirement to only support Citi's approved JDK/JRE and do not allow products to support their own|
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