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Currently the CREATE SERVER for Db2 family data sources relies on a node and database having been catalogued using the CATALOG NODE and CATALOG DATABASE commands. It would be better if the host / port / location could be specified rather than th...
When setting the option FETCH_N_ROWS for a remote database of type MS-SQL Server the fetch first rows only statement should be shipped down. Currently this feature is only supported for DRDA and oracle data sources
Can't create a nickname on a table containing a STRUCT datatype
Can'create a nickname on a DRDA table containing a geospatial column . Problem description and business impact Using DB2 ESE 10.5 FP8 (and the Spatial Extender component) on Redhat 7.2, I can't create a column on a DRDA remote table containing the...
Federation Issue on DB2 ORACLE COMPATIBLE databases when remote is NOT ORACLE COMPATIBLE
When a DB2 Oracle compatible (ORA) is federated against another DB2 DB that is NOT-ORAcle compatible, any select involving char columns results in not pushing down the request to the remote server and transmit the huge amount of records across the...
Increase the maximum allowed size of DB2 V10.5 data types in create nickname
SQL Create Nickname statement returns the following error:SQL0901N The SQL statement failed because of a non-severesystem error. Subsequent SQL statements can be processed. (Reason "Invalid nickname column length". SQLSTATE=58004, SQLCODE=-901, ...
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