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Calisto suggested if the MOD function FF issue is pervasive in the customer's environment, we could do an enhancement(under regvar maybe), so please ask for it. I will ask Satya to collect the stats across the partitions. The current stats shows ...
new optimizer guideline to break CSE for a specific query or as a global guideline(RIMS)
Customer encountered scenario where use of CSE resulted in degradation in query performance (details below). This requirement is to implement a new optimizer guideline that will allow customer to break CSE for a specific query or as a global guide...
VARCHAR_FORMAT/TO_CHAR function does not support timestamp formatting using brackets(RIMS)
PMR 28054,020,649 Customer is moving from Oracle to DB2 and under their Oracle applications they are using the TO_CHAR function. That function works in DB2 under the name of VARCHAR_FORMAT or TO_CHAR. The following TO_CHAR function is not wor...
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