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Show Packages Subject to REBIND In IBM Change Management When Comparing Objects Using Db2 Object Comparison Tool
When comparing databases between subsystems using the DB2 OBJECT COMPARISON TOOL, the compare is registered in IBM CHANGE MANAGEMENT. In IBM CM on the ADB2C11 panel, you're able to view the registered changes and then utilize the ST (Statements) line command to view the DDL statements (CM - Change Statements; ADB2C1S panel) resulting from the compare job. If any packages are subject to a REBIND, those statements do not appear when viewing the ST (Statements) in IBM CM. After the change is ANALYZED and the RUN job is generated, the REBIND statements are included in the DB2B7 job step in the RUN job. It would be beneficial to have the REBIND statements included on the "CM - Change Statements" (ADB2C1S) panel.
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