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QMF for Workstation v12 and above only runs on Windows OS. Provide support for running QMF for Workstation v12 on macOS and Linux platforms as well. This allows full functionality to be provided to users on these platforms.
almost 2 years ago
in QMF for z/OS
Not under consideration
Scheduled tasks to have optional timezone drop down.
Scheduled tasks to have optional timezone drop down. Currently timezone is where ever QMF EE is deployed on. For example: QMF EE web app is deployed on servers that is on EST. it will run task on EST regardless of timezone you think you are ru...
Lifecycle Management Server Mappings for Local Install
Provide the capability to map different environments (like Dev and Prod) in the Source and Target mappings of Lifecycle management so objects can be migrated between different PAW environments within a Planning Analytics Local install.
Display Indexes and their columns, within QMF for Workstation, for each table. RFE 122333
We have application developers who use QMF for Workstation to write and run their SQL. From time to time, we are asked what indexes exist for specific tables, and their columns. If would be nice if QMF provided this information.
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