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The way that the tool handles some technologies, ie Informix, SQLServer, etc. by doing imports at the database rather than the server level we are going to be exploding our number of Import areas and database connections to a point where the tool will not perform. In addition to just the performance of returning the import areas or connections in the lists in the UI there is an issue with only being able to maintain things like Import Areas, Data Connections, or Implementation Relationships one at a time. If I need to delete multiple Import areas . Same issue for relationships between model assets and implementing data assets â€“ one at a time with a refresh between. Connections work the same way, the UI or at least the command line should allow for doing these in mass. Also the ability to audit my import areas â€“ ie a way to easily get a list of all the import areas or import areas that meet some criteria via a command line type interface.
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