The DB2 V10 doc says:
Contains a string that represents the version of DB2. This string has the form pppvvrrm where:
ppp is a product string that is set to the value 'DSN'
vv is a two-digit version identifier such as '09'
rr is a two-digit release identifier such as '01'
m is a one-digit modification level.
Values 0 and 1 are reserved for modification levels in compatibility and enabling-new-function mode from Version 8 (CM8, CM8*, ENFM8, and ENFM8*)
Values 2 and 3 are reserved for modification levels in compatibility and enabling-new-function mode from Version 9 (CM9, CM9*, ENFM9, and ENFM9*)
Value 4 is reserved
Values 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 are for modification levels in new-function mode.
What is the exact value of "m" for DB2 V10 in each case: CM9, CM9*, ENFM9, ENFM9*, NFM ?
Thank you in advance,
P.S. The doc description is unclear for me (I'm not familiar with DB2).
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