Row and Column Access Control (Column Masking)

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  1. Chris Aldrich says:

    Nice! It is nice to see IBM adding in functionality that allows you to simulate some LBAC stuff but without having to modify the table structure. Simple too! I’m impressed! Another reason I want to move to 10.1 or 10.5.

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