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Availability of MQ options to have 'MQ GET' Retries enabled similar to 'MQ Connection Resilience' configurations including no of retries and retry interval
This option of having 'MQ GET Retries' configured in IBM Rational Integration Tester and having the corresponding virtual service(stub) deployed on RTVS, will help in cases where virtual service(stub) is 'BROKEN' due to 'MQ GET' disabled accidenta...
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 ex...
Hello Team,This RFE is extension of Case # TS005681792 1. Client is using IBMRTWv10.1 2. In IBM RIT component normally user has to input Uid / Password physically to establish connection with MQ / Database.3. Client is expecting to read password f...
RIT/DB stub: ORA-00902 Invalid Data Type during table create
RIT doesn't support XMLTYPE Please refer more detail in Case # TS005389658 Here is the steps to recreate the Issue1. Configure Live ORACLE DB2. Configure STUB ORACLE DB3. learn schema from the Live DB4. create Tables using SQL Query5. Created two ...
As per our current RTCP version 10.1, any RTCP logged in user is able to see the results from other users as well who published the data to RTCP. This is kind of a security concern and we would like to restrict the data shown to RTCP logged in use...
RIT should append data type in each column title in invocation modification
For database stub in RIT10.0.2 and involving stored procedures with Oracle REF_CURSOR type outbond parameter, when adding or modifying invocations for stored procedures, an Excel file will be opened for input. At the 3rd sheet which is for result ...
Database stub should be able to auto-learn stored procedures
In Databsae stub of RIT 10.0.2, it would be good to have auto-learn on Pass-through tab for Stored Procedures. It currently only works for queries but would get them in the stub almost effortlessly if it worked for Stored Procedures.
We have problems with recording SAP RFC events with RIT. We created a PMR (https://www.ibm.com/mysupport/s/case/500500000162giOAAQ/sap-system-connectivity) with IBM and only way by which we can do this is by injecting java agent in to our server w...
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