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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.
Full Entity Framework Support through DB2 Connect (Code First / Migrations)
In another RFE/Idea (IBMI-I-1135) asked for EF support to be delivered and the response was to use DB2 Connect. We do use db2 connect to get what support there is for EF but one of the critical pieces missing is code first and migrations. https://...
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