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Profile Tables today support only remote connections and no support for local/batch applications. When PT is used to set certain registers, it only works for remote applications and local apps needs to be changed to add certain SET commands.
We had a few instances where an errant user submitted multiple batch jobs against a DB2 subsystem and caused DB2 to reach IDBACK limit. This affected other users trying to submit batch jobs for an extended period of time. Making use of DB2 profile...
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