Technical article 1298716 contains Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about DB2 for Linux UNIX and Windows versions 8.x, 9.1, 9.5 and 9.7.
Pinned topic DB2 FAQ
Re: DB2 FAQ2013-06-14T14:29:01ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Hello! We've had a number of clients respond through feedback to our technical documents indicating that they have further questions or comments that require additional dialogue. Unfortunately, our feedback is anonymous, so unless an email address or other contact information is included, we have no way to get back in touch with you.Within DB2 support, the management team asked if we could somehow link our documents to the forums so that we could invite more discussion - like this! As a start, we chose a small set of technical articles and "seeded" the forum with initial entries so that we could have a starting place for conversation. The documents have now been updated with links to the forums as well.Hopefully, we will make DB2 support better by providing more interaction around our technical information!
EricHuang 100000BUYU1 Post
Re: DB2 FAQ2013-10-28T06:01:28ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
The link to the answer of the original link are mismatched / broken. For example, The answer of Q16 (During instance creation DB2 creates several directories and files with permission that are open to all users. Can I manually change such file permission to not allow access to all users?) in Section A links to nowhere.
Slakshmi 060001JD9S20 Posts
Re: DB2 FAQ2013-11-06T16:40:50ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Thanks for notifying us. We are working on fixing the links. We will update you as soon as its fixed. Apologize for the inconvenience.
rathvel 270003SM8B2 Posts
Re: DB2 FAQ2016-06-07T13:45:28ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
We would like to know more about the LBAC column and row of DB2 9.7 LUW in WHERE clause which column does not have read access rights for the user.
See below example :
Column1 - Protected and No read access for user1
Column2 - Normal
Column3 - Normal
Column4 - Protected and No read access for user1
Column5 - Normal
Column6 - Normal
SQL executed by USER 1:
SELECT Column2, Column3, Column5, Column6 from Table1, Table2 WHERE Table2.Cloumn4 = Table1.Column1;
Question : What will be the result after executing above query by USER1
Thanks & Regards,