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DB2 BLU non-unicode database support for non-identity collation sequence
We currently run on DB2 LUW 10.5.0.6 where our database is created using DB2 API with c-program. The major reason to do this is to support collating sequence similar to EBCDIC as DB2 z/OS is the source of our data. This makes the Database collating sequence as UNIQUE and thus does not allow to use BLU.
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