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Secondary RACF Authids are not honored in the Management Console
There is the need for 'SELECT' authority on the source tables as well as INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE on target tables to monitor and manage subscriptions.
Those authorities are not allowed to single users - following our governance and audit guideline...
would CDC for Kafka provide native support to connect with Kafka from HuaWei FusionInsight BigData within product package?
For China Banking accounts, there are many Haoop BigData environment built by HuaWei FusionInsight Hadoop product. and in production, Kerberos always enable, while we want to purpose CDC for Kafka prodcut to new CDC bank accounts or exiting CDC ba...
Document Events in the range 1600-1699 on KnowledgeCenter
To document in Knowledge Center errors in the range 1600 to 1699. They are not documented and each time one of those events arises, the user has to open PMR or, if he/she is an IBMer, has to ask on a slack community for the meaning of the error. T...
Adaptive Apply Metrics Breakdown - separate stats for Inserts handled as an Update, and Updates handled as an Insert, and Deletes with Row not found count
Today the Apply component provides some metrics associated with Adaptive apply's rework of Inserts to Updates and Updates to Inserts (aka UPSERT processing). As a way of auditing data quality, it would be useful to have a breakdown of these statis...
Management Console Recalc of Performance Metrics for Time Range Selections
When viewing Performance Metrics in Management Console, especially historical information, it is typical to view a specified time range. These views include the min, max, and avg values for the entire data set. Instead, it would be better to view ...
Issue a message at Source and Target locations identifying Clock Differential between the two
When the Source and Target agents initiate communications, they determine the differences that might exist between the two. This information should be externalized via a message to the job logs of the source and target agents. This will help facil...
Break down of Latency into separate timings for Capture, Transmission(send/receive), and Target Apply
When performance problems arise (e.g. Latency goes above a desired threshold), the problem area needs to be quickly isolated such that tuning efforts can be directed for quick resolution. Currently, CDC only provides overall End to End Latency , w...
We are now getting audited on our usage of IIDR, and the auditors would like to have some informations about our users. Most of it is listed in the DMLISTUSERS command, but other like the "last login" and "creation date" are only available in the ...
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