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Lifecycle Management Server Mappings for Local Install
Provide the capability to map different environments (like Dev and Prod) in the Source and Target mappings of Lifecycle management so objects can be migrated between different PAW environments within a Planning Analytics Local install.
Password encryption on QMF Server and Data Virtualization Manager and the JDBC driver.
Royal Bank of Canada and likely other customers have the following need. With DVM and the QMF Server and the JDBC Gateway the credential management system of Globals and the AVZDRATH job will be a security\auditing issue. 1) If the users are mappe...
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...
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