Request to rationalize the connection architecture of Asset Manager

Idea ID 1676668

Request to rationalize the connection architecture of Asset Manager

In the present architecture all the components - Web service, Automated Process Manager, Application Designer, windows client - individually connect to the database. ODBC connection/Oracle client needs to be configured on each of the computer using any of the above programs. The customer considers this a primitive architecture.

They raised concern of security for using too many database connections on several computers.

The customer wants a tired architecture where independent of the API (32 bit or 64 bit), there should be a mediator tool/component in between which takes care of the connection and all the connections from the different components of AM connects through this tool/component. You need to configure database connection once and this configuration is used by any type of client (UI, APM, App Designer).

This is a request for tired architecture where independent of the API (32 bit or 64 bit), there should be a mediator tool/component in between which takes care of the connection and all the connections from the different components of AM goes through this tool/component.

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