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We have multiple business needs to create and be able to edit/delete large reference data sets (over 1 million code/value pairs) on the Cloud Pak for Data platform, such as different charge codes. Currently, all of these values can be imported, bu...
Application Performance Dashboard to monitor some parameters and get alerts when approaching critical states
Currently, when the application performance goes down, we only get to know it by the feedback we get from the users, when they have already been hit by slowness or instability accessing the application or running reports/processes within it. In or...
My users interaction with PAW is through either an application or a plan. When users perform UAT, they expect to see the same interactions. Life cycle management currently migrates assets (books) but not application and plan. These plans have to b...
Blocking Db2 connections to reduce the DSNL030I message flooding.
Often times, an invalid password or a revoked ID results in DSNL030I message. Some web based applications does not have error handling for this message and keeps on trying to connect to Db2 sometimes at a rate of hundreds per second. This flood of...
A restful service contains one and only one SQL statement and is, simply put, a mini-static package. It was delivered with a couple of problems. Firstly, the only way to tell if this static package is a restful service is to look at the HOSTLANG c...
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