Rather, it defines a common API that may be used to discover, select and interact with such systems as well as with simpler content encryption systems.
Implementation of Digital Rights Management is not required for compliance with this specification: only the Clear Key system is required to be implemented as a common baseline.
Interval partitioning is an extension to range partitioning in which, beyond a point in time, partitions are defined by an interval. However, in order for a local index to be unique, the partitioning key of the table must be part of the index's key columns.
Interval partitions are automatically created by the database when data is inserted into the partition. Unique local indexes are useful for OLTP environments.
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That documentation contains more detailed, developer-targeted descriptions, with conceptual overviews, definitions of terms, workarounds, and working code examples.
This specification does not define a content protection or Digital Rights Management system.
IBM Web Sphere Application Server provides periodic fixes for the base and Network Deployment editions of release V8.5.
The following is a complete listing of fixes for V8.5 with the most recent fix at the top.
The common API supports a simple set of content encryption capabilities, leaving application functions such as authentication and authorization to page authors.
This is achieved by requiring content protection system-specific messaging to be mediated by the page rather than assuming out-of-band communication between the encryption system and a license or other server. This is a draft document and may be updated, replaced or obsoleted by other documents at any time.