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The job management and scheduling component in the DB2 Data Management Console does not have the same functionality as it had in the Data Server Manager. A person can't edit a job that someone else created which makes it very difficult for a team ...
On the Database Summary Page need a global period choice so that all the sub topics like availability, responsiveness etc can give the summary for the selected period
On the Database Summary Page need a global period choice so that all the sub topics like availability, responsiveness etc can give the summary for the selected period. - This has been discussed with Jason Sizto.
CSV or XLSX could only save in a active session. in time of homeoffce you could not log in the hole time and wait for the results. In the case of long queries, you should be able to execute this query in the background as a JOB and then save the r...
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