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Remote Connections to a DB should only be allowed from specific source IPs. However, we do have multiple network interfaces in our UNIX environments (AIX, Linux). With MySQL and PostgreSQL, we can use the property localSocketAddress   to cho...
Apple Silicon / M1 Support for IBM ODBC/CLI Driver
As a developer on macOS with an Apple Silicon chip, I want to use the IBM ODBC/CLI Driver (downloadable from here) natively. Emulating is possible but since I am using this driver via Python, all my other Python code now needs to run emulated as w...
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.
Multifactor Authentication Support for db2connectactivate utility execution on z/OS Db2
We have a large amount of z/OS Db2 workload initiated from remote connections. Initially we used Db2 Connect servers to facilitate those connections but have recently moved to direct connections whicWackage. We use the db2connectactivate utility t...
In order to complain with the Security Framework Controls of a product which uses Db2 connect SW the following requirement should be fullfilled: "Before applying the software and security updates, their legitimate source should be validated and in...
Windows Db2-Runtime-Client with Certificate authentication: should also work without specifying sslClientLabel
Windows Db2-Runtime-Client with Certificate authentication: should also work without specifying sslClientLabel Today it is mandatory to define sslClientLabel (aka Friendly Name) if SSLClientKeystoredb value="GSK_MS_CERTIFICATE_STORE" is set.
IBM Data Server .Net Provider Support For Informix Types DATETIME
Hi, we are in the process of moving from .Net Framework to .Net Core. Currently using the Net5.IBM.Data.Db2 driver connecting through the DRDA protocol.For DATETIME data types we are having trouble searching. A simple query is throwing the excepti...
Looking for ability to specify Data Server Driver and Nuget package for different appls on same .NET server
We are interested in IBM providing the ability to support an application using a Db2 NuGet package for Db2 connectivity and another application using DS Driver or Db2 Client on the same .NET server for compatibility between the Db2 NuGet package f...
With Oracle or Microsoft, we have the possibility to just reference one DLL to get full access to those RDBMS without driver installation. The latest Nuget packages are a nice addition, but publishing a project with VS releases the full clidriver ...
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