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Allow a single SMTPE to be used for multiple DIREs
We have a need for IT administrative staff to have 2 profiles. One with lesser permissions for everyday tasks and one with additional monitoring and security. Both profiles need the ability to run the SNDSMTPEMM command form within various applica...
provide Container and storage paths info when asking for tablespace details
In monitor views related to tablespces monitoring, when asking for detail for a specific TAblespace, DMC could provide Containers and Storage-Path informations. Storage -> Tablespace Performance - > Details Storage -> TableSpace Utilizati...
In the Connection Profiles you have to add username and password for accessing Db2. As well there's a button 'Test connection' to test the connection. When you define user defined alerts in your monitoring profile you're able to define sql and she...
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