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syslog support for informix audit logging. or an easier mechanism to forward logs in the shortterm
We will prefer a syslog compliant logging or in the short-term an easier interface for forwarding logs (audit logs) to a centralized system. There is a new PCI/PA-DSS requirement for the financial/banking industry. To send all security logging to ...
Optimize the LO access of the Informix JDBC Driver for small amount of data. Right now there is bad bad performance in data retrieval because the amount of work and message between the server and client to retrieve the data is more than the data i...
Backup from RSS or HDR Secondaries using ontape, onunload, onbar, dbexport
In HDR enviroments, being able to backup or export databases from and HDR, HDR read-only, or an RSS secondary server is critical. Programs like ontape, onunload, dbexport, and onbar generate locks on tables during backups and data-exports. This cr...
Compatibility to MySQL SQL Syntax - Omit unnecessary FROM Clause
MySQL provides some SQL syntax features which Informix does not provide. One example the customer mentioned was the possibility to omit the FROM clause: SELECT 4+5 ; Using Informix a from clause is necessary: SELECT 4+5 from sysmaster:sysdual;
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