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Requesting an enhancement to Rational Integration Tester so that SQL queries default to having maximum number of records pulled back from a table(s). This enhancement is in the context of a JDBC-based direct query to DB2 mainframe tables. As an example, Database Retrieval Parameters (defined in Preferences) in the IDz world allow for defining a max number of rows to be returned with a query (25 - 10000). Another simpler example is the default max rows to display of 500 in the IDz Report Designer module. Although this is for 'display' the concept of limiting rows is what is being referred to in this RFE. Today, it is too easy to accidentally execute poorly defined, or long-running runaway queries with the Test button in the Config tab of the SQL Query window.
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