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JOIN keys in JOIN stage should be able to be used even if each fields/columns have different names in each.
When users use Join stage for TableA and TableB, if each join keys have different column name (for example, each join key’s column names are col1a in Table A and col1b in Table B), it goes to error.
Our customer strongly requests us to improve so...
Support of streaming/parsing/converting CLOB/BLOB type data structures in DV for larger data elements such as binary images that reside as objects on an S3
RequirementIntegrated GovernanceIn order to be able to use the CP4D Data Virtualization in combination with Watson Knowledge Catalog as a single, integrated governance layer over structured data (residing in Databases / Flat files) and unstructure...
DV Admin should be able to manage access of more than one "My Virtualized Data" at the same time. See TS004587996.
TS004587996 has all the details. The current UI design only allow one my virtualized data to be managed at a time. In order to manage access of one virtualized data, 7 to 10 clicks are required. With 70 virtualized data to manage, this quickly bec...
Display the warning when User would delete DV table that used in the analytics projects be someone created.
When we would delete a DV(data virtualized) table, we want to the information where is one DV table used. Because, if someone is using this DV table, it is probrem that DV table be deleted.Current workaround is nothing.
A tab-separated values (TSV) file format should be supported as source data in Data Virtualization.
A tab-separated values (TSV) file format should be supported as source data in Data Virtualization. (A Japanese Client) CSV file format is listed in the supported data source list for Data Virtualization as below.https://www.ibm.com/support/knowle...
The following directories of c-db2u-dv-db2u-0 will continue to accumulate archive logs regardless of how often the user uses them.
/mnt/bludata0/db2/archive_log/db2inst1/BIGSQL/NODE0000/LOGSTREAM0000/C0000000If left unattended, the file system mou...
Currently, We can't deployment multiple DV instance services. This may bring some limits, especially for sensitive data.Please consider adding support for this. Our scenario needs to support multiple departments/groups using DV, and the related da...
Ability to create custom role in Data Virtualization
At the moment, Data Virtualization (aka DV) comes with 4 pre-defined roles, i.e. https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSQNUZ_3.5.0/svc-dv/dv_user_management.htmlAfter virtualize some table, if user wants to grant others access to the new...
All tables should be able on Data Virtualization with Strict mode
We need to assign business term to all column names and table name with Strict mode in Data Virtualization. Because if there are column name or table name that is not assigned business term, this table doesn't appear in DV. But we would like to as...
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