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Add the ability to upload Db2 transaction log files to TSM that had been moved manually by DBA
We use Db2 log archiving to TSM servers. No failover archive path has been set yet. Under rare circumstances we faced situations where log archiving to TSM does not work or slows down and the active log path fills up. To prevent disk full situatio...
Track a local directory duing job execution and report utilization details in job rusage
We would like to be able to, at submission time, specify a local directory that we would like to have LSF monitor the total size and files in and report in the Jobs RUSAGE periodically. This directory will be separate from the execCwd or the cwd. ...
Reference to undeclared column should result in RC08, instead of RC04
In the COBOL program an INCLUDE statement is used where a DCLGEN is declared. The copybook ZSTBF02 is attached. When the COBOL source contains an SQL statement where a column is used which is not declared in the DCLGEN, a warning is issued in the ...
Notification on data asset update/delete or new data asset addition in catalog
Whenever any new data asset added or existing updated and deleted, application need to know those changes and get updated tags/data classes from catalog.Requirement to keep in sync both catalog and application.
Support or warn of null (linklisted) DB2 STEPLIB and RUNLIB
DB2 Admin Tool customization via IBM TCz (IBM Tools Customizer for z/OS) requires the user to specify both the ‘DB2 load libraries’ and the ‘DB2 run library’ for each DB2 subsystem. There is no 'option' to specify: 1) A single set of libraries for...
FL505 REBIND phase-in for packages extended to include BIND Package ACTION(REPLACE)
Rebind phase-in is already useful.
We have use cases typically for HOLD actions for 3rd party tools that tend to BIND Package ACTION(REPLACE) rather than REBIND existing packages.
So we still have to find a quiet time, e.g. for QMF Binds
Like the ...
Set Capability in Teamcontent and on Datasources/Dataservers
In Cognos, I want to set role/group base capability on items in Team Content and on datasources/dataservers. Users have permissions on lots of sources, like datasources/dataservers, datamodules and packages, because users run Cognos reports and da...
With the attention on protecting sensitive customer data in our industry being very high, having a simple way to mask data on any table in any environment is a powerful tool. If a data element such as SSN is stored as an unformatted numeric, curre...
Enable datatype information when converting Query Studio reports
When using the "Convert to report" option to convert Query Studio reports to Report Studio/editor, data items do not contain the XML tags required for several reporting options to function properly, namely filtering and inserting a calculation wit...
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