Caution when using the private-to-DRDA-protocol REXX tool (DSNTIJPD/DSNTP2DP)
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To help you convert your plans and packages from using private protocol to using DRDA protocol, DB2 provides a priv
The tool will inserts a '*' in place of an empty value in the location part of any PKLIST entry. If you use an asterisk, at run time the location comes from the special register CURRENT SERVER and DB2 checks privileges to use the SQL statements in the package at that location. This could result in a significant increase in authorization checks and lead to an important CPU overhead.