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Support sorting results by more than 3 columns RFE 36055
QMF for Windows allows results to be sorted by up to 3 columns. We need QMF for Windows to support more than 3 sort columns. First choice would be to support sorting on an unlimited number of columns, similar to the ability to do this in Excel.
QMF for Workstation or QMF for Websphere to have inline edit rows/column values and delete row values RFE 120690
In DataQuant a user can run a query against a table and then delete/change a row/column inline. In QMF a user needs to use the Table Editor tool to edit any values and the table editor does not allow for any predicts or data reordering functionali...
In our organization we have different sets of credentials for each of our Db2 for z/OS systems
We need to write Procs that will pull data from several Db2 for z/OS Systems.
This requires use to use the CONNECT TO command, but this calls for logg...
QMF - Add support for DB2 systems using RACF security RFE 78202
QMF has the following administrator check on product initialization:It is trying to insert or delete from Q.PROFILES table. If the insert/delete succeeded, then the user becomes "QMF Admin".Else, It is a regular QMF user. This check is based on ge...
Allow Secondary ids to be used with the QMF Governor RFE 34073
Oftentimes, you want to restrict or limit users of a particular application or users in a particular section so they cannot excessively use computer resources through QMF. Currently, the QMF governor can restrict access, but each ...
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