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IBM Data for Availability V1.2 RFE for tablespaces objects replication
IBM Data for Availability V1.2 (IBM Db2 Replication for Continuous Avalability) lacks replication of CREATE, ALTER, DROP and other statements like authorise and revoke for tablespace objects.
When using IIAS console to define table replication which would require dedicated tablespace for this particular table, one can define all what is needed on one IIAS (primary site), but if replication for continiuos availability is used this can not be performed using only IIAS console, because for secondary IIAS mandatory DBA cli workround for tablespace objects is needed otherwise replication is not possible.
Workaround is as known unacceptable in real life scenarios.
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