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Save exceptions in FORALL statement (PLSQL)

Oracle PL/SQL supports save exceptions in FORALL statement, but Db2 PL/SQL doesn't. For smooth oracle migration, the feature is required .
over 2 years ago in Db2 / Application Development 0 Not under consideration

SELECT * FROM FINAL TABLE (MERGE ...)

SELECT * FROM FINAL TABLE (MERGE ...) - It would be very usefull to select records that were just merged. The same way like with DELETE / UPDATE and INSTERT: SELECT * FROM FINAL TABLE (DELETE / UPDATE / INSERT)
almost 6 years ago in Db2 / Application Development 1 Not under consideration

Need to develop one API to fetch DB2 Memory

As we know IBM has DB2 api to fetch the db2 Disk Storage size and usage, But we don't have any api to fetch db2 Memory size and usage. So please develop the same type api for memory also.For Authorization we can use Bearer token.
over 1 year ago in Db2 / Application Development 0 Future consideration

Document the client_prdid for each Fix Pack release of db2jcc.jar and db2jcc4.jar drivers

When Java applications connect to DB2 via the JDBC Type 4 JCC driver, the only version-specific identifier visible from the DB2 server (via an application snapshot) is the client product ID of the driver, such as JCC03000. This value is currently ...
over 6 years ago in Db2 / Application Development 2 Not under consideration

VSAI support Community-Edition and Trial-Editions of Visual-Studio-2017

Request for Db2-LUW VSAI (Visual Studio Add In) to support the COMMUNITY EDITION and TRIAL-VERSIONs of "Visual Studio 2017". At present, the VSAI setup program throws DBI20056E for Visual-Studio-2017-COMMUNITY-EDITION and 30-day trial versions of...
over 3 years ago in Db2 / Application Development 0 Not under consideration

UTL_ENCODE.BASE64_ENCODE and BASE64_DECODE support

Request for official support of UTL_ENCODE module and.BASE64_ENCODE procedure, that is not documented in Infocenter 10.5 but is available in DB2 LUW.Request for creation and support of UTL_ENCODE.BASE64_DECODE procedure.
over 6 years ago in Db2 / Application Development 0 Not under consideration

Position of FIRST FETCH n ROWS is restricted (inconsistent with the behavior of DB2 Z/OS)

- Problem : Position of FIRST FETCH n ROWS is restricted (inconsistent with the behavior of DB2 Z/OS)
over 4 years ago in Db2 / Application Development 0 Delivered

Depth First By /Breadth First By support in Recursive CTE

Oracle user can order of the rows by the SEARCH clause of Recursive Common Table Expression. There are two methods, BFS and DFS. For easy application migration, this feature should be enabled.
over 2 years ago in Db2 / Application Development 0 Not under consideration

EXIT, GOTO, CONTINUE in a Exception block (PLSQL)

Oracle PLSQL supports EXIT, GOTO and CONTINUE in a exception block, but Db2 doesn't. For higher migration convenience, Please support them.
over 2 years ago in Db2 / Application Development 0 Not under consideration

Support compilation of PL/I and COBOL programs without an active DB2 connection

The compilation of PL/I and COBOL programs on the z/OS mainframe is possible without an active database connection.This does not work on the AIX platform, which requires a database connection during compilation and a DB user withsufficient privile...
over 4 years ago in Db2 / Application Development 0 Not under consideration