Satisfying Requests for Enhancements (RFEs) in version 9.5 Fix Pack 4

HCL Workload Automation satisfies Requests for Enhancements (RFEs).

Requests for Enhancements (RFEs) give customers the opportunity to collaborate directly with the product development team and other users. The team prioritizes and develops new product features based on proposals made by customers.

HCL Workload Automation V9.5 Fix Pack 4 delivers the following RFEs:
Support for credentials
You can now specify the user that runs a job on the IBM i workstation. Credentials can be specified from the graphical user interface or specifying them in the job definition. For more info, see IBM i jobs.
Support for userid in IBM i jobs

AllowRoot (AllowQsecofr) feature for IBM i agents has been implemented. For more information, see Configuring properties of the native job launcher [NativeJobLauncher].

Unexpected error message after wappman -export is now fixed
The wappman export command works as expected and the WAT files are correctly exported.
Ensuring identity and access management with credential vaults
Credential vaults offer a secure mechanism to store user names and passwords. You can use them to submit HCL Workload Automation jobs without specifying any passwords, which are retrieved from the credential vault.

You can now integrate HCL Workload Automation with credential vaults by simply deploying a library file and customizing a properties file.

Certificate validation on agents
Dynamic and z-centric agents can now ensure the certificate they receive is valid and has been issued by a recognized CA. For more information, see Customizing the SSL connection between the agents and the Z controller when using your certificates
Notifications are now available in the Dynamic Workload Console about the status of your connections to the license server
Connection to the license server is crucial to your workload. You can now check the status of the connection in real time. For more information, see How do I verify my connection to the license server?.
White labelling
HCL Workload Automation provides the capability to customize user interface labels. You can now personalize the UI labels for the following UIs: Self-Service Catalog and Self-Service Dashboards mobile applications.

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