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implementation of a “ADMIN ALTER TABLE TB1 INSERT COLUMN C AFTER B” functionality
AHA request for Db2 Administration Tool We are using another vendors DB2 database management solution and have developed a fully automated batch process which propagates DDL changes to many DB2 for z/OS DB2 systems. Our application developers use ...
We are in the process of migrating home grown Accel administation processes for adding, loading, enabling, disabling, archiving and restoring tables to use the Admin Tool ADMIN ACCELERATOR command interface. The provided functionality looks great....
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) l...
Support for Bind avoidance when using Enterprise Cobol with co-processor
The basic idea of Bind Avoidance is to exchange the consistency token in the executing code from the current version to the previous which means that no package bind will be necessary.
Traditionally the Db2 pre-compiler has been used to pre-proce...
Contents of Hidden columns can only be viewed by explcitly naming them in a SELECT statement. There is no problem with this but there are times when I want to a) know that a column is hidden from the column panel ADB21TC b) issue a SELECT that wil...
Db2 Admin Tool - issue regenerate view after table column alter
After altering a table column referenced by a view an alter regenerate view should be issued as best practice. IBM Db2 Admin Tool does not issue the regenerate view command currently and we believe it should. After discussing with Db2 Support and ...
In comparing databases from one environment to another there is likely a list of changes we do not want to apply yet for a variety of reasons. The resulting compare creates a change ID. The tool allows us to delete these statements. However, the p...
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