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#1 - Optim TDF -image file available for implementation within a Docker Container along with the documentation of the setup and deployment steps.
Based on a review of previous documents and our current experience with the Optim Test Data Fabrication tool, we are requesting the below items be considered as Requirements from State Farm for enhancements to the Optim Test Data Fabrication tool....
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....
Temporal Tables by default in vNext Db2 Optim Directory
We want to set up an automated purge of Optim Archives but would like to preserve the metadata about each archive so we can do time travel queries to track the lifecycle of our archives. This might, could or should be a requirement for records man...
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