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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Null ID packages and bind files

    Environment

    DB2 9.7 FP 3a on
    Linux machine

    How do we determine a specific Null ID package belong to which bind file ?

    For example db2ubind.lst consists of all these pakcages.
    db2ueiwi.bnd+
    db2uigsi.bnd+
    db2ucktb.bnd+
    db2uiici.bnd+
    db2uiict.bnd+
    db2uexpm.bnd+
    db2uimpm.bnd+
    db2uImpInsUpdate.bnd+
    db2ugtpi.bnd+
    db2pctsp.bnd+
    db2uredp.bnd+
    db2urexp.bnd+
    db2clpcs.bnd+
    db2clprr.bnd+
    db2clpur.bnd+
    db2clprs.bnd+
    db2clpnc.bnd+
    db2arxcs.bnd+
    db2arxrr.bnd+
    db2arxrs.bnd+
    db2arxnc.bnd+
    db2arxur.bnd+
    db2dropv.bnd+
    db2uimtb.bnd+
    db2uqtpd.bnd+
    db2uqtnm.bnd+
    db2ulxld.bnd+
    db2uiXmlparse.bnd+
    db2uipkg.bnd

    So how do we determine the packages created by, for example db2ueiwi.bnd+ bind file ??



    I had an issue with a package, for which its bind file needed to be binded with action replace. So I had hard time locating its corresponding bind file and instead bounded all the db2udbind.lst packages.


    Any help in this regard would be helpful
    Last edited by blazer789; 03-24-11 at 23:19.

  2. #2
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    db2bfd with -b option

  3. #3
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    Thanks for the response. It helped a lot.

    Is there any way we can do it the other way ? I mean if we have a NullID package is there anyway we can determine from which bind file this package got created.

  4. #4
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    You can do a grep ... *.bnd

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