07-06-04, 02:29 #1Registered User
- Join Date
- Jun 2004
Unanswered: How can I change the implicit schema?
When I install db2 the server name became the host name, as I noticed.
My computer is STEFAN and when I install DB2 I was forced to give the same name to DB2 server and to accept the user and the password same as in the network (in am in a Windows 2000 network).
More than that, installing creates a schema too named STEFAN.
My problem is the following.
I made some sql files where I create the database and, after that, the database objects: tables, procedures etc. After I create the database and the tablespaces I create a schema which I would like to became the implicit schema for all the objects without being necessary to name it. AT the begginng of a sql file I write the instructions set current schema = 'x'.
But when I create new stored procedures in development center if I forgot to name the schema DB2 always associate unnamed objects with STEFAN schema although I would like to use my x schema.
Tekll me please, how can I change the implicit schema so all new objects to be associated with this schema I want (x schema)?
Thanks in advanced.
07-06-04, 13:01 #2Registered User
Originally Posted by AStefan--
- Join Date
- Mar 2004
- Toronto, ON, Canada
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