Considerations for output files and SQL
These situations are infrequent and they normally result from the operation and properties of DB2. Some of these situations can cause inconvenient results when you execute the SQL statements that Log Master generates based on the DB2 log records. On rare occasions, these situations might require you to edit the SQL statements or change your DB2 environment.
This section contains the following topics:
- Log of LOAD RESUME LOG YES and LOAD REPLACE LOG YES actions
- Duplicate rows in input LOAD data
- Large volume columns and SQL
- Mass delete actions and SQL
- GENERATE ALWAYS with ROWID / AS IDENTITY columns