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JDBC connection property currentSchema should be externalised in an IFCID
We have jdbc applications which have set the jdbc property currentSchema to determine the collection of db2 objects like tables, views etc. When we want to trace the application with a performance trace, we're not able to analyse the correct collection because the value of the jdbc property currentSchema is not externalised in an performance trace IFCID.
With an IFCID which would deliver the value of currentSchema we could have better performance traces which would allow us to see the correct collection of the table and we'ld be able to trace literals of the SQL statement.
Add SchemaName to IFCID 350 to be able to qualify SQL from JDBC
When a jdbc connection uses the currentSchema connection property to qualify tables in the subsequent SQL statements, this qualifier is not externalized in normal performance trace IFCIDs, so it is impossible to know the actual qualifier/database ...
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