Years ago I was in a company (oil bidness) with systems in different
locations around the world and found the familiar/home-grown stuff
not always available as I travelled on projects and developed a habit
of not getting to "comfy" with such.
Coincidently, in my current job, I'm the "new" guy (only 7 years from
date of hire) and the only one using RDP, even though we bought licenses
for each one in my department some two years ago.
From: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:
midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dean Eshleman
Sent: Monday, October 15, 2012 12:46 PM
Subject: Re: Identity columns
Thanks for the information. I went into Navigator and looked at the table
definition. There it was, "Is Identity" as one of the columns related to
the columns in the table. I guess I will need to start using Navigator
I also just discovered that the DSPFFD command does show the information
as well. We have a home grown LSTFFD command that we always use, so we
never use DSPFFD. I guess I need to update our command or use DSPFFD.
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On 10/15/2012 2:25 PM, Matt Olson wrote:
Look at the DDL is the easiest way. Go into navigator, double click onthe table and investigate the column in the GUI. Alternatively you can
right click the table and generate the SQL Script which will create the DDL
script and you can tell from that.
information, I don't think an equivalent exists in DB2. I believe you are
In MS SQL there is a stored procedure called "sp_help" which gives table
forced to utilize the DB2 catalog views to get the same type of information.
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