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When a sync is triggered it will first copy the data to the destination site and then tries to delete. When the disk becomes full this results in a disk full error for aspera and the process is left hung as it cannot proceed. This is also leading ...
about 13 hours ago
Planned for future release
Currently, directories with very high file-counts can either (1) use ascp4 and miss out on the benefits of async's database cache, or (2) use async and miss out on the benefits that ascp4 provides. To fix this, async should support ascp4 and give ...
Support form_post response mode in OAuth Authorization Code Flow
We use API Connect as an IDP. Some of our service providers are looking to enable an SSO integration and they have requested support of form_post response_mode in the OAuth Authorization Code Flow. We found that this is not currently supported.
forceServer... settings also for node owned Int.Servers
Until now to force https (Test ot Production) or http (unittest) this is done with bar overrides. When organisations change to one or the other they need to do a redeploy of every application.
Also, why is this different for SIS and node owned?
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