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We've been hearing a lot about Open Containers on z/OS, basically as a way to take an application that can be installed via a Docker container, but install it on a real machine instead of a Linux server. I feel that Data Server Manager, being an ...
Stopping a database using a Job-Scheduler fails since DSM has open connections to the database.Implementing a command to create Blackout Events using the CLI would solve this issue.In addition we need to apply B-Events immediately not just every 1...
The Db2WHoC Console SQL development screen does not allow me to specify the font size. When sharing ideas with other workers or demoing to customers, the font is very small and hard to read. Any GUI should allow the font to be specified.
DSM: System Views need to be shown in Explore Databases
Only user created views are shown when exploring databases in DSM. There is no easy way to get the system catalog with its views (SYSCAT, SYSIBMADM, etc.). These are necessary for an effective Administration of databases and is a must have.
Add ability to see all databases a user has access to
DSM currently allows you to see all the Users which has DSM access on the left side of the Users and Privileges view. Customer, Allstate, wants to be able to see all the database access for a specific user.
In history mode you can't see what sql is running at the particular point of time. You can see only package cache information which is not enough to address problematic situation. OPM does has this feature.Without this option DSM at this point ca...
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