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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: z/os db2 how do you know if you are in new function mode

    I'm the z/os administrator, not DB2 admin and our previous DB2 admin retired. We are at V9 and unfortunately someone ordered DB2 V10 a few months ago and never upgraded it and they retired to. I'm not overly familiar with the DB2 migration process but said I'd look at it. Migration says I have to be in NFM but I don't know if we are or not. How do you know? is there some sort of query that can be ran, system command, or anything else? Thanks, Jeff

  2. #2
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    According to the manual, "To see what mode DB2 is currently in, issue a -DISPLAY GROUP command. The output shows C for conversion mode, C* for conversion mode*, E for enabling-new-function mode, E* for enabling-new-function mode*, or N for new-function mode."
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    "It does not work" is not a valid problem statement.

  3. #3
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    thanks! bad word choice on my google searches.

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