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Hello Trevor, I will follow on your request.
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The connection has to be kerberos enabled, this is a regulatory requirement. We currently have been granted an exception by our Secarch team that is valid for 2 years.
We are currently trying to decommission the DVM/Kerberos interface due to supportability issues. All our outbound DSCLIENT connections to DB2 and Greenplum currently use Proid/Encrypted password.
If JDBC Gateway is kerberos enabled, and the mainframe still uses proid/encrypted password, how will this work? The proid /password is created as a non kerberos proid. Will there be some sort of a mapping feature in JGATE that would map non-kerberos PROID to a Kerberos equivalent?
To my way of thinking – with DVM/Greenplum the Kerberos will be from the JGATE server to the Greenplum (and db2, and whatever else). The mainframe to the JGATE server isn’t Kerberos/won’t be Kerberos. Unless I’ve misunderstood (entirely possible). I suppose the mf to jgate will come under scrutiny at some point.
What are the plans to support native Kerberos from the DVM mainframe server?