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Add Transaction Application lock types to the DBMS_LOCK package
We understand that there is an implementation of a version of the Oracle DBMS_LOCK package (minus transaction type and various modes) available on Db2 for LUW. While we can make some use of the session application lock type, we also have a need fo...
Reference to undeclared column should result in RC08, instead of RC04
In the COBOL program an INCLUDE statement is used where a DCLGEN is declared. The copybook ZSTBF02 is attached. When the COBOL source contains an SQL statement where a column is used which is not declared in the DCLGEN, a warning is issued in the ...
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