Local Client improvement

Idea ID 1766614

Local Client improvement

Hello, 

by experience when  using the local client    from outside   intranet via vpns    very often   when connecting with the local client gui  it takes  even 20/30 minutes to  re-download the  jar files even if they are already available  in my laptop.

 

I propose  to improve the client  giving it an option  on the command line  that says  if you want to downoload or reuse the already availble set of client jars. This will save a lot of comments from disappointed customers and also us  🙂

Please raise this idea as it is a very common request !!! 

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Micro Focus Expert
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I would think that each UCMDB instance should have a unique identifier. If we try to connect to it and the version is the one we know for it then don’t download again the jar files if we have them locally.

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Status changed to: Waiting for Votes

Thank you for sharing your idea! It’s open for comments and kudos, and we’re looking forward to input from the community. Once there is enough community traction, it will be further reviewed by the product team

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Status changed to: Under Consideration

Thanks for all the votes and comments. We are looking into this as a future product enhancement. Check the notifications box to be emailed if the status changes

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And please add one quick win too  - the login screen should remeber the login name of the last user (per configuration line) it is easy and will improve user experience much. (Now an user has to fill in his/her user name every time, when logging in...which is annoying :))). Thx. Ivan

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Status changed to: Accepted

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