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Start by posting ideas and requests to this portal to enhance a Power product or service. Take a look at ideas others have posted and upvote them if they matter to you,
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IBM Unified Ideas Portal-https://ideas.ibm.com/- Use this site to create or search for existing Ideas across all IBM products that are outside of Power, and track all of your personal interactions with all Ideas.
Calling up the list of deployed services takes a long time. With 50 services it takes 20 seconds.
Whenever I perform an action (e.g. stop or start a service or display the properties), it always takes 20 seconds until the entire list has been updated.
I usually don't care about the whole list. Normally I just want to manage one or two services.
I would therefore find it very helpful if there was a filter field above the list that could be used to reduce the amount of services. The goal is that the list would then be updated much faster because fewer services are listed in the list
The IBM i as the central database system has to provide a large number of web services. Working with a larger number of services would be made easier.
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