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Only allow access to AVZMAPP files in the context of DVM (Studio, ISPF, etc.)
Currently, developers must be granted read/write access directly to the MAP datasets in order to create virtual tables. Developer access to these datasets should only be allowed within the context of the DVM provided interfaces (DVM Studio, ISPF...
Create utility to generate encrypted password in the same manner as AVZDRATH
Currently, AVZDRATH has the ability to take in an encrypted password as input, however there are no other utilities available to generate the encrypted password outside of AVZDRATH. Since our DVM support team will be responsible for managing the ...
SQL Engine enhancement to support "Db2 mode" SQL syntax rules
(This IDEA item was written based on my own experience in DVM POC test at customer site.)
In DVM, SQL syntax rules are based on ANSI-92 standard, not on Db2 for z/OS rules, even in the case where DVM virtual table is defined on Db2 for z/OS table...
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