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Use RACF resource to control access to DVM JDBC Gateway Server databases
Currently USERID and PASSWORD info needs to be updated and maintained in the DVM AVZDRATH job in order for DVM users to access different DRDA databases. The AVZDRATH job needs to be updated monthly whenever a user’s password changes or when a user...
We would like the IDAA Loader to be able to exploit RMF online VSAM datasets like with other SMF records i.e. SMF type 70. This way we could easily analyze LPAR performance from the last hours in shorter intervals than from SMF records. A similar ...
Allow for a project view in Studio that only shows maps for a specific user and interfaces with both SCM and DVM servers.
The current Server tab shows all maps for a given DVM subsystem. The main premise of this Aha is that developers typically have a view within an IDE that contains just their project code (linked to their software configuration management system). ...
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