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Move DISRT into primary command and remove 10 object foreground limit
There are various pain points:
Here is a scenario. I wish to identify tablespaces that are in a restricted state and either repair them or start them access force.
I get a list of tablespaces which are normally created by listing the tables in a schema and then issuing 'ALL S' to get the list of tablespaces
Problem 1. If I type 'DIS' as a command, then if there are more than 10 objects in the list then you are forced to create a batch job or add statements to a WSL. 10 is a very low number and this makes the command unusable as we need to see a foreground results list displayed against which we can issue further commands. This 10 object limit is used in several places within Admin Tool and is restrictive. We'd like to see this number significantly increased or available as a user controlled parm.
DISRT is currently only a line command. We cannot issue it against a list of tablespaces.
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