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Update Facets property for entity model schould work correctly
When you add Tables from an existing Database to an entity model all seems ok.
If you activate 'Update Facets property' to be able to see automatically changes of field lengths ( normally existing fields are not changed automatically) the prolem ...
Db2 Instance Owner group restrictions is causing issue to configure domain user as db2instance owner
Our security team is not allowing password for group user in Linux servers.This is causing major issue for db2inst1 user as the tipds connection will fail if db2inst1 has no password. So we have planned to configure robot account as db2instance ow...
Support for calling RPG/RPGLE/CL programs on System i directly from a .NET Core program
While using the .NET Core driver to access DB2 data, it would be helpful to also be able to directly call RPG/RPGLE/CL etc. programs that are already in use on our System i from a .NET Core program. Currently, a web application running on System i...
SAP NetWeaver 7.50 exploits global variables and special registers more frequently. The request is to avoid sending each global variable and special register separately to the DB2 server. They should be piggybacked with the next SQL statement that...
improve exception logging for connection strings in .NET connector for DB2
While we were attempting to setup SSL connectivity from a .NET app to a DB2 server, we were getting the following error:CLI0157E Error opening a file. SQLSTATE=HY507a vast majority of the documentation available online (and IBM support) indicated ...
IBM Data Server .Net Provider Support For Informix Types TEXT, BYTE and BOOLEAN
We are in the process of moving from .Net Framework to .Net Core. We currently use the Informix Client SDK ADO.Net drivers to access Informix databases using ADO.Net.
When we tried to migrate to the IBM Data Server Driver (IBM.Data.DB2.dll) we fo...
Add ROWSET embedded SQL compatibility to prepare and bind
For embedded SQL, DB2 Connect does not allow Rowset processing (specifically multi-row FETCH) on Linux on z. In discussions with DB2 Connect Developers, we were told that the only way implement multi-row FETCH was to rewrite the SQL into CLI/ODBC,...
Changing default of db2.jcc.rollbackOnShutdown to yes
From official documentation:"The parameter specifies whether DB2 for z/OS forces a rollback operation and disables further operations on JDBC connections that are in a unit of work during processing of JVM shutdown hooks.db2.jcc.rollbackOnShutdown...
JDBC routines may fail with a SQL4304N when selecting from a table with a large number of columns
A Java stored procedure or function selects from a table of around 590 columns, it will fail with a SQL4304N error indicating a Java CLASS could not be loaded and containing the string "sqlejDestroyContext", reason code "5". This issue is specif...
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