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Which DB is used by NNM i 8.0?

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Which DB HP NNM i 8.0 uses? and prior to this release which DB HP NNM was using?
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Kamran Arshad earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Collected data is stored in a proprietary database. NNM provides utilities to extract the data into ASCII format and store the data in the Data Warehouse, a relational database.
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Whats that database?
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I think it is Derby, I need the confirmation yes or no.
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Now I came to know that it is PostgeSQL not proprietary database. Should not be force accepted.
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