Welcome to the HCL Connections Product Ideas Lab! The place where you can submit product ideas and enhancement request. We encourage you to participate by voting on, commenting on, and creating new ideas. All new ideas will be evaluated by the HCL Product Management & Engineering teams, and the next steps will be communicated. While not all submitted ideas will be executed upon, community feedback will play a key role in influencing which ideas are and when they will be implemented.
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Full Interoperability between Connections Events and Outlook Meeting
Currently ConNext events can only be imported via ics or copy from feed in one's Outlook Calendar.
Both have the drawback that you don't get informed in case of update of the original event.
Moreover you might forget to set a reminder. Also impo...
Automatically add communities that user has access to into the IBM Connections plugin
The customer is using the IBM Connections Desktop Plugin, and they are using communities very dynamically (per customer).
Customer would like to automatically add communities that user has access to into the IBM Connections plugin and refresh tha...
Support SAP Solution Manager 7.2 on a single VM in C4SAP in IBM Cloud
On December 31, 2017, the mainstream maintenance for SAP Solution Manager 7.1 has ended, since then, all new IBM Cloud for SAP Applications solutions must have the SAP Solution Manager 7.2 instead. One of the characteristics of this new release is...
over 5 years ago
in 13. Other
No Plans to Implement
Since Ibm application server 8.5+ supports http/2 and Http/2 brings many new improvements over http it would be a great feature if Connections would add support for http/2 in Connections.
Support for "Rocky Linux" as open and free LTS-Alternative to CentOS
Connections currently only supports CentOS/RHEL, which is EOL soon on June 30, 2024. CentOS has switched from downstream to upstream, so CentOS 8 will be hard for you to support and for us to administrative I guess. Rocky Linux is a downstream alt...
Use docker registry to provide the Component Pack images in a handy, standardised way
The Component Pack is delivered as ~4GB Download archive, that needs to be unpacked and manually pushed to a custom docker registry. This is absolutely not handy and misses the concept. I'm working with docker for several years and never had such ...