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Extension of check constraints for XML content Add business integrity rules:ALTER TABLE NAME3XML-Column CONTRAINT xmlcheck CHECK banknumber = NAME3.BANKNUMBER;Support for check conditions on XML documents as for traditional relational tables.
Allow better system wide control over ASUTIME limits
Provide a system wide default ASUTIME value for stored procedures (not NO LIMIT) via a ZPARM parameter. This will allow us to prevent runaway stored procedures (especially those in a tight loop) from running away with the CPU.
Remove restriction that FRRECOV to PPRC Primary parameter must be set before BACKUP SYSTEM
Remove the restriction that the FRRECOV to PPRC Primary Volume parameter has to be set before running BACKUP SYSTEM if the ability to restore the DB2 backup to pprc primary volumes using flashcopy might ever be desired.
Currently the two measures of average I/O delay in IFCID 199 (i.e. QW0199SV and QW0199AD) are only precise to one millisecond. We are about to move some critical Production DB2 tables and indexes to SSD (Solid State Disk), which means that these t...
Please consider strengthening the operations between base partition tablespaces and their XML/CLOB/BLOB counterpart auxillary tablespace such that an ALTER ADD partition on the base tablespace would result in a matching partition added on the auxi...
over 5 years ago
in Db2 for z/OS
Planned for future release
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