On Apr 12, 2022, at 2:01 PM, Justin Taylor <jtaylor.0ab@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
My new Navigator's been broken since the beginning, so I'm late to the
party. I just discovered that it works fine if I let it crash and then
I started using new Navigator this week. So far, I've discovered that you
can't change a user profile output queue (confirmed by IBM), and there
doesn't appear to be a way to change TCP/IP Server properties. New
Navigator seems half-baked and not ready for primetime.
If not for IBM's decision regarding hertiage Nav and log4j, I'd advise to
stear clear of new Nav. As it is, IBM hasn't left us much choice.
date: Mon, 11 Apr 2022 10:09:12 -0500
from: Jim Oberholtzer <midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>--
subject: New Navigator
The more I use this new tool, the more I like it. It's fast (especially
considering how slow the old interface was) and has about all I need in
there. The parts that are not there tend to be in ACS.
With the realization that the old navigator is compromised by the most
recent security flaws, I believe it is imperative to get those PTF groups
on, and disable the old navigator. No excuses for management to hold off
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