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Temporal Base Table SQLOUT INSERTS have generate always columns as part of the insert
The timestamp columns supporting temporal should not be part of the INSERT. Also anytime a generate always column is excluded as it should have been in this run, columns must be added to the INSERT statement.
--UNDO SQL FOR SUBSYSTEM: DAA1
We have tables with a large number columns. In the detailed report there are always the complete row images (all columns) printed which makes it hard to see the differences. There are signs in the column name header (#, !, -) that indicate a chang...
HiOur DBAs would like to have REDO statements for any RI-action generate by DB2 (e.g Delete Cascade). At the moment ALA is assuming that the RI defined on the source system also is defined on the target system. snip from the manual:As previously m...
Improve handling of tables with structure changes in Log Analyzer Tool
The current handling of tables that have had structure changes (alters, drop/recreate) is extremely cumbersome and difficult to pro-actively manage, requiring TVFILE entries for altered tables and duplicate structures for tables that have been dro...
Mapping Source Tables to Target Tables using Db2 Administration Tool masking principles
Using Db2 Log Analysis Tool, Classic Menu, option 5 "Execute dynamic SQL in batch", we are able to map from Source Table to Target Table. But table owner and table name of source and target name must be specified at full. If we have 50 tables, whe...
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