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search for strings within the SQL Statements in the SQL Text Column
For us, the web UI is the main interface to interact with Db2 Query Monitor.
A functionality should be implemented that makes it possible to search for character strings in the list of displayed sql queries (e.g. search for the table name). The ...
For us, the web UI is the main interface to interact with Db2 Query Monitor. While the ISPF interface implements color-coding for exceptions (yellow) and alerts (red), this is not available in the web UI. For better usability, visibility, and func...
Today, we have alerts set up for -805, -904 and -913. Being able to get a -904 alert and act on it before the customer/user calls is huge. We do parse the message looking for the reason code and if it's critical, Db2 Support is paged. However, the...
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