we need to know when a DB2 table (or ts because we have only one table per TS) has been used for the last time.
Does anyone know what is the best way to get this information?
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Re: How to know the last time a DB2 table has been accessed.2013-01-05T08:51:08Z in response to SystemAdminby accessed do you mean any access (include reads) or just updates (insert / delete / update) ?
by we need to know - do you need it as a one time thing? a nightly batch? as part of an online process?
which version of db2 are you using?