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Toggle between Capitalize object names YES and NO with a command.
Our shop have decided to use camel case notation for rest service objects. So the package names are in camel case as the collections they are places in and so on.
We seldom user lower case in any other Db2 objects which means that we have “Capitalize object names” set to Yes. Admin tool parameter settings.
To change it to No, we need to do PARMS [enter]. Look for the “Capitalize object names” which is a page down [F8] to find it, for most people, as it is on row 39. Then you can change it to No. Then [Enter] followed with an END [F3] to be back. The after you have done the work with REST object you need to the same thing to reset it to Yes again.
As we now with PH31558 will have extended REST support in Admin tool this would benefit to have a easy way to switch from caps on to caps off in the tool.
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