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Allow ADMIN to enter NATBPMON when max users in use.

When the Natural Bufferpool max users has been hit, my admins cannot use the NATBPMON utility to perform any cleanup (like killing/deleting users). It requires an available user slot. Can you reserve a user slot or over-allocate a user slot to all...
Guest over 2 years ago in Natural for Linux and Cloud / Natural (NAT) 0 Under development

Include Process ID in DBMS tracing files (.TRC)

Please include Process ID in DBMStracing files (.TRC) like it is included in the .LOG file. .TRC file (here it is NOT included): ************************************************************************* * * NATURALtrace file for ADABAS calls * * V...
Mogens Lundqvist over 2 years ago in Natural for Linux and Cloud / Natural (NAT) 0 Under Review

’Natural Log File (.LOG)’ and ’Trace File (.TRC)’ name options for more granularity

Please make it possible to have the option to have process-id and timestamp included into these file names. Today for .LOG files you may have the process-id included but only if ETID was set to $$. Also the uniqueness of the file name today may ...
Mogens Lundqvist over 2 years ago in Natural for Linux and Cloud / Natural (NAT) 0 Under Review

Clear lock files on Linux boot to avoid system downs.

If - after a UNIX/Linux boot - there are lock files left behind in /tmp these files may cause all attempts to start Natural to fail with startup error 35 . There are many product support incidents for this problem - many of these indicate that com...
Bjarne Soerensen over 2 years ago in Natural for Linux and Cloud / Natural (NAT) 0 Future consideration

Installation without admin rights

On a WIN10 test machine with restricted admin rights NAT841 was installed. During the installation approx. 10-15 times a message occurs saying that editing the registry was deactivated by the administrator. Customer is unsure if with a productive ...
Guest over 2 years ago in Natural for Linux and Cloud / Natural (NAT) 1 Not in Plan

Extract IDL should create the same IDL for Natural source & object (LUW & MF)

The extracted IDL from Natural source and/or object differs depending on the plattform (LUW or MF). The extracted IDL should be the same on all platforms independent regardless of the extraction source. If my Natural source contains this PDA: DEFI...
Paul Grünböck over 2 years ago in Natural for Linux and Cloud / Natural (NAT) 0 Not in Plan

Define INDEPENDENT-variablen in LDAs

Hi, I would like to define INDEPENDENT-variablen in a separte file, like LDAs vor lokal variable. So I could define the indeoendent-variables once and could integrate them with DEFINE DATA INDEPENDENT USING XYZ END-DEFINE Best regards, Markus Weßj...
Guest over 2 years ago in Natural for Linux and Cloud / Natural (NAT) / Programing Syntax (Cross platforms) 0 Future consideration

Natural Editor - Change Tile Vertically behaviour

I would expect choosing 'Tile Vertically' that all open program, LDA etc. windows are tiled while maximizing vertical space over horizontal space. However, I can stretch my Natural editor over several screens (5760 x 1080) and the tiling does not ...
Guest over 2 years ago in Natural for Linux and Cloud / Natural (NAT) 1 Future consideration

Natural Auditing

There are new security regulation that we will be able to achieve if Natural will provide the following: Running a Natural session, I need to know, which changes were done to the: Fnat, Fuser, Fddm. (using command like save, cat, scartch, sto...
Hezi Shirazi over 2 years ago in Natural for Linux and Cloud / Natural (NAT) 0 Under Review

Add the option CATALOG to object handler LOAD of TRANSFER format.

Assuming a rehosting freeze period is unwelcome: While the rehosting project is ongoing there is a period where business continues to demand changes and fixes to the Natural application - which is now kept both in the MF and in Linux. When the cha...
Bjarne Soerensen over 1 year ago in Natural for Linux and Cloud / Natural (NAT) / Re-Hosting / Usability 0 Under Review