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In order to view the data set name(s)
for a tablespace, you type line command DSN next to a tablespace on panel ADB21S.
If you want to know the data set name(s)
holding a table, you cannot type the DSN command next to the table. You have to go to the tablespace screen (panel ADB21S) by typing line command S next to the table and then typing the DSN command. This involves going to an extra screen.
When you choose a table from panel ADB21, you arrive at panel ADB21T. The tool uses this SQL to fill in the details on that screen -
FROM SYSIBM.SYSTABLES T
WHERE T.NAME LIKE 'xxxxxxx%' AND T.CREATOR LIKE 'xxxxxxx%' FOR FETCH ONLY
The SQL has already pulled back the database and tablespace name for that panel, so 2 components of the data set name(s)
have already been obtained.
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