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agree with the consensus; if controlled with a registry variable this would be a good idea. I don't think it should be default behaviour for CREATE TABLE
A registry variable (or DSNZPARM for Db2 z/OS) that would implement this is a good idea. The default behavior should remain unchanged, but having the system parameter would be a nice option for those shops choosing to implement RESTRICT ON DROP as a standard. Of course, removing RESTRICT ON DROP to actually drop the table needs to be as simple as today (where it is just a DDL statement) without having to change a system parameter to actually do a drop.
this will be very good feature to include at the DB2 registry level
It would be helpful for database designers if the 'Restrict on Drop' can be activated through a db2 registry variable
I don't agree with changing the default to enable 'Restrict on Drop'.
An optional instance level registry variable would be acceptable.
Innovative feature of DB2 that needs to be activated the registry variable :)
Changing the default behavior will generate too many failures with previously written scripts.
However, activating it trough a db2 registry variable may be an acceptable option.