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Trusted context or trusted connection is a security feature, which enables customers to differentiate between applications connecting to a database, based on whether they originate from a trusted or from a NON trusted client system. This works pretty well, but for dynamic SQL only! In this specific customer case, it was meant to be used to secure host applications accessing DB2/LUW servers from a trusted source against other access from not trusted remote client systems. But it doesn't work, as the role inheritance of trusted connections is not supported using static SQL.
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