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We have a Connection Manager configuration that includes multiple SLAs. There are times when it would be incredibly useful to enable logging for just one SLA while leaving it disabled for all of the others. Currently, the only option is to spawn a...
Reorg blocking applications when using "allow write access"
While an "allow write acces" online reorg is running lock-wait contention can happen based on the number of rows being updated by an application. The locks for the application can escalate to lock an x lock. If this situation happens, the reorg sh...
Tolerance for alter table add/drop column for Oracle
We use table -> table replication. If there is a common alter table add column change the replication goes down and we have to update source / target table definition, stopp all subscriptions, have to set a bookmark and after that we are able t...
Red Hat SSO does not support Db2 according to documentation https://access.redhat.com/articles/2342861
Customers who are using Db2 would like to be able to use it for Red Hat SSO.
Maintaining additional databases add complexity and cost.
Poor management of CDC parser on Postgresql timestamp format
Cf CASE TS009333426 PostgreSQL supports the full set of SQL date and time types , shown in this table Source : https://www.postgresql.org/docs/11/datatype-datetime.html Name Storage Size Description Low Value High Value Resolution timestamp [ ( p ...
The alphanumerical sort order of companies/groups starting with the letter "V" and "W" are mixed instead of separated in the Group status function
Menu Group/Group Status. It would be beneficial if Companies/Groups starting with "V" and "W" are separated and not mixed when sorting by alhpanumerical order in the Group status function. When sorting according to alhpanumerical order I would lik...
Actually no temporary Datasets are zEDC eligible, i suppose because there is no long term benefit in space reduction. Especially DB2 with LISTDEF (for example Reorg Tablespace LIST with SORTDEVT specification of very large Tablespaces) would benef...
Reduce Time Required for Online(Inplace) Reorg for huge tables
1) Inplace reorg will take time more for the tables with huge data say for example 1 TB 2) To Reduce the time for this we want to avoid full table scan hence we need to look in portions of the data in a table where it is getting fragmented 3) Henc...
Agent shouldn't run email Task if any of its Previous- Run a report(Task) failed.
Ex: Agent for weekly reports. The above agent has 3 below tasks : Task 1: Run a report : Report A Task 2: Run a report : Report B Task 3: Send an email: Attach output of report A and report B and send to recipients. Issue: If task 1 executed succe...
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