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PL/SQL compatibility - default values of procedure parameters
Currently DB2 does not fully support Oracle-style definition of default parameters in PL/SQL stored procedures (including those in functions). The following definition works in Oracle, but requires modification in DB2: CREATE OR REPLACE PACKAGE my...
Oracle supports NCHR function. To migrate oracle application, we need this scalar function.
NCHR returns the character having the binary equivalent to number in the national character set. The value returned is always NVARCHAR2. This function is ...
Sharing locks between transaction branches also when setting INTRA_PARALLEL is set to YES
We are using DB2 11 for LUW and for an application server we have IBM WebSphere Application Server 9. We have a cluster environment containing several servers.
Our applications are running on different application servers(cluster environment) an...
use of SET CURRENT APPLICATION COMPATIBILITY for ONLINECHECK in db2sqljcustomize command
The SQLJ Profile Customizer command db2sqljcustomize (described in the DB2 11 for z/OS Application Programming Guide and Reference for Java) with the options -onlinecheck YES and -genDBRM is used to create a DB2 z/OS DBRM for a SQLJ Java program. ...
Although Oracle compatibility mode, the result of date type operation differs from that of Oracle. Because the output are different, customer need to modify the application source. so they wants to see the same result as Oracle.
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