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Change job submit time to include milliseconds for precision.
Job submit time to include milliseconds for precision. Instead of HH:MM:SS, make it like 12:29:05.1234. This will enable this column to be used as a unique identifier when generating data in an incremental fashion. We are extracting the RTM data a...
More efficient unique indexes for monotonically increasing keys and constraints
Currently an index on a SERIAL and other monotonically increasing keys only add to the last node in the index causing the node to split into two half filled nodes. Eventually a sufficient number of nodes have so split that the index's search effic...
DB2 Return Code Differentiate for Deadlock and Timeout via Subsys Normal Call Exit
DB2 presents IMS ( via Subsystem Normal Call Exit ) with the same return code (4) for:
DB2 resource deadlocks
DB2 resource unavailable conditions
Example, lock timeouts on object locks, such as are taken by DB2 utilities and those caused b...
PAW and PASS updated regularly by IBM and IBM guidelines are to ensure versions of Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel, Planning Analytics Workspace, Planning Analytics, and TM1 are in conformance with one another. The process of updating PAfE ...
The current dimension element selector only allow users to select a single element from a dimension but no option to select multiple elements and see aggregated data on the fly. The MDX based calculation(Summerized) option is not as intuitive as a...
At the moment, }CubeSecurity, }DimensionSecurity, }ElementSecurity_XXX, and even }CellSecurity, blank is NONE, or no access. However, for }ApplicationSecurity, it is requiring administrator to populate NONE in order to make the application no acce...
Right now when timeout is happening, TM1Web would just become irresponsive, or a new action would then cause a timeout error, however, unlike other product or website, it prompts to user and ask if the user want to continue working or not.
Freeze panes to lock some rows and columns and allow the other to scroll
To keep an area of a worksheet visible while you scroll to another area of the worksheet (to lock specific rows and columns in place, like Excel). It would be very useful in case of large tables in order to facilitate the users in exploring the co...
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