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Ability to enable/disable query optimization for foreign keys at a statement level. Example, many ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) processes utilize SQL statements to verify data integrity when foreign keys are not enforced. In order to return corre...
New db2diag.log message to indicate when an optimizer plan is missed due to missing temp tablespace(RIMS)
(See Discussion entry for full details) When an optimizer plan is ineligible due to the non-existence of a sufficiently large temporary tablespace (ie. sort is unable to handle the width of workload row size), a db2diag.log message should be writ...
State Farm is looking for a flexible database platform where any analytics can be performed (structured, unstructured data, big data.). They are wanting 1 database that can combine what DB2, Neteeza and BigInsights are able to accomplish. They tol...
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