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Make Optim Workstation component of TDM work with Windows User Account Control (UAC).
Optim Workstation portion of TDM will not work if Windows "User Account Control" is turned on. UAC was introduced in Windows Vista/XP and Optim still has issues with it. Microsoft has information available on how to work within UAC constraints. Pl...
In Optim Test Data Management the Optim Extract file is only of use for a limited period and can contain sensitive information if it's the initial extract from a production system. Practically customers do not wish to, nor should they hang on to e...
Optim TDM is not supported on Linux on Power (LE). Today when we are positioning power linux, Optim TDM seems to be not supporting and we are forced to bring in Intel for the same. AIX is not considered either due to cost constraints or customer's...
Optim support for the NUMBER data type on Teradata
From RFE: "Archive tables with columns using the NUMBER data type on Teradata databases." From Offering Management: Prior to implementing this idea, Optim does not allow archiving of a Teradata table that contains a column of the NUMBER data type....
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