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Display RTS values from the system catalog Table view
In the DB2 Admin tool we have to navigate to the tablespace to see the RTS values. What I would like to to be able to issue the RTS command against the table. All DBAs and a lot of application team members look at tables and want to RTS informati...
Toggle between Capitalize object names YES and NO with a command.
Our shop have decided to use camel case notation for rest service objects. So the package names are in camel case as the collections they are places in and so on.We seldom user lower case in any other Db2 objects which means that we have “Capitali...
Show Packages Subject to REBIND In IBM Change Management When Comparing Objects Using Db2 Object Comparison Tool
When comparing databases between subsystems using the DB2 OBJECT COMPARISON TOOL, the compare is registered in IBM CHANGE MANAGEMENT. In IBM CM on the ADB2C11 panel, you're able to view the registered changes and then utilize the ST (Statements) ...
Usability issues when taking the Saved Results from a compare and generating an exclude with multiple commands (panels ADBPCRS and ADBPCEX case TS004429158)
Please review case TS004429158.
This is #2 on the list of items in the case.
"2) Saving the items found in the "saved compare results" is not working on first try. It's taking multiple times (about 5) to get all items added to the excludes.
In order to view the data set name(s)
for a tablespace, you type line command DSN next to a tablespace on panel ADB21S.If you want to know the data set name(s)
holding a table, you cannot type the DSN command next to the table. You have to go t...
In order to find out data set name(s) for a given table space
, you have to be in panel ADB21S and type the DSN line command next to the relevant tablespace.If you have requested details of a table and you are in panel ADB21T, you cannot find out ...
Allow Exclude criteria to be directly specified in ADB2GEN
We are driving automation by dynamically building a list of objects to 'GEN' the DDL for. However we also need to dynamically build a list of objects to exclude. Currently ADB2GEN only allows reference to a pre existing exclude which has to be cre...
Please review case TS004429158.
Item #3 = When saving the exclude it isn't a straight forward and smooth experience. Panel ADBPCEX seems to be doing an extra save and hop (Panel ADBPCRS and ADBPCEX)
Please view documents attached to the case.
This panel lists tables. F11 is enabled, so you can press F11 14 times to get to the end of the information. But if you want to go back to the start of the information, you have to press F10 14 times. There is no ability to use (M)AX F10 or (M)...
The saved compare results doesn't include the tablespace or alias. (Panel ADBPCRS)
The documentation states that the Save Compare Results only work on certain objects. This should be expanded to all supported objects. Priority would be given to database and tablespace followed by aliases then all other Db2 supported objects. A c...
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