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As part of the SQL 92 standard, there is a referential action for foreign key that allows to update on cascade.The following link is the SQL 92 standard:http://www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu/~shadow/sql/sql1992.txt In the Section 11.8, there is the fo...
Allow table compression to be disabled for DGTTs and CGTTs
In short: OLTP applications frequently encounter performance issues because DB2 enables table compression by default for all DGTTs / CGTTs.Details from a real-time example:When inserting 40K rows to a DGTT, it takes 2 seconds.When we immediately i...
It will be nice to start a Commandline-Script like test.sh from attachement in DB2-Stored Procedures.In db2 commandline call it allready works:db2 " select * from (VALUES '`sh /tmp/test.sh`') AS TEMP(Testoutput) "Commandline Result:TESTOUTPUT-----...
We use the bitwise operators for a lot of things. Right now bitwise operators are limited to a 64 bits or 113 bits. We have a need to use bitwise operators at let's say 8192 bits; a number bigger than 113 bits.
For the ALTER TABLE statement, it's relevant to add an "AFTER ..." OR "BEFORE ..." clause specifying where in the table the new column is to be placed. This statement component exists in DB2 for i and in certain other databases (like Informix and ...
SQL20342 error should include schema when transferring ownership
When executing a transfer ownership over a stored procedure to a user that does not have privilege over another stored procedure, then Db2 raises this error message:SQL20342N auth-ID does not have one or more required privileges "EXECUTE" on objec...
Drop STP SQL with dependency of other STP SQL type NATIVE
We have a general purpose StoredProcedure (STPX1) that is called by other native StoredProcedures (STPA1, STPA2, STPA3, etc) that have CALL statements to STPX1, If I need DROP the STP STPX1 (for recreate later) I receive the error -478 for depend...
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