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IGC - search should find any part of the term description and not just begins-with-semantics
Product: Information Governance CatalogThe current IGC implementation offers a search functionality which looks Google-like but applies a "begins-with" logic, i.e. not finding assets if their description/name does not begin exactly like the typed ...
The search String in the IGC v11.3.2 does not return exact matches. When a string "Investment Product" is entered with quotes, the search returns no values and when a string is Investment Product without the quotes, then the string returns all nam...
"INDEX ONLY" index scan should be used instead of tablespace scan when it performs better.
We were analyzing the optimization of the following query: SELECT MAX(A.COL1) FROM MY_TABLE A WHERE A.COL2= ? WITH UR ; There is an index that exists for MY_TABLE that has a first column of COL1 and a second column of COL2. DB2 was using a tablesp...
InfoSphere Information Analyzer -- Multi-column key analysis (timestamp)
When you run twice or more times a multi-column key analysis there is no way to know which combination of columns belongs to each analysis. For that reason, I suggest adding a timestamp column to the final results.
Preemption based on concurrent number of slots used by a user
LSF should support a preemption policy that supports a preemption order based on the number of job slots used by each user's jobs. In other words ... when a higher priority job needs to preempt a lower priority job, jobs from users whose jobs use ...
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