I wasn't aware of SYSPARTITIONSTAT. Nice that IBM managed to sneak members
into the system catalog. But I don't think member type is in there; so
you'd still have to use QUSRMBRD to get the type. I suppose you could wrap
that in a UDF, in order to let SQL do the grouping. Think I'll stick to
the APIs for the time being.

Joep Beckeringh


wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 10-11-2011 14:21:30:

MichaelQuigley

Wouldn't it be easier to query the SYSTABLES file from the DB2 System
Catalog? You could select those that have FILE_TYPE = 'S'. Then you
could join to SYSPARTITIONSTAT to get the list of members and sum the
NUMBER_ROWS column? I guess you would need to do something if you
needed
it by source type, but that's probably somewhere else in the System
Catalog--I'm just not sure where off the top of my head.

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