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Status Future consideration
Workspace Db2
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 28, 2020

Altering the default value of a global variable

Global Variables:

A global variable can be created with a default value. Each session that uses it will then instantiate a version of that global variable, with the default value and any change in the value is limited in scope to its unit-of-work. If the global variable happens to be used in a trigger, stored procedure, functions or even in a package, the default value is readily available at its initial use. In some cases, there may be a need to change that default value with a new value globally. Unfortunately, once a global variable is statically related to those objects, it cannot be dropped and recreated without having to drop the other related objects first. This may cause long outage to make that simple change.

Needed by Date Jul 30, 2021