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Implement SQLCODE mapping for Federated Stored Procedures
Db2 Connect provides SQLCODE mapping when connecting to a back-end Db2 z/OS database. Federation does not offer the same feature, instead translating user-driven SQL errors to SQL1822N (SQLCODE -1822). When invoking a Db2 z/OS federated stored pro...
Support DECFLOAT in federated data type mapping between Db2 and Db2 for z/OS
Add support for the DECFLOAT data type allowing NICKNAME creation against a Db2 for z/OS table with a DECFLOAT column. Without this support, the CREATE NICKNAME fails and a workaround is required to map the data.
creating a nickname of a DB2i series table when it have indexes using expressions
hi, there is a limitation of the DB2 federation, it is impossible to create a nickname to a DB2i table if it has an index using expression https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/drda-wrapper-returns-sql0901n-index-column-name-not-found-search-1-while-c...
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