Table Drop Considerations

When a table is dropped in DB2, its data, dependents, and authorizations are also dropped. If the table has any referential integrity rules, all dependent tables' referential integrity rules are also removed (but not the tables). Under the rules of DB2, a table cannot be dropped if it is defined in a partitioned tablespace. However, CA RC/Migrator automatically drops the partitioned tablespace necessary for the table DROP and then drop the table. A table cannot be dropped while a DB2 utility has control of the table's tablespace.
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When a table is dropped in DB2, its data, dependents, and authorizations are also dropped. If the table has any referential integrity rules, all dependent tables' referential integrity rules are also removed (but not the tables). Under the rules of DB2, a table cannot be dropped if it is defined in a partitioned tablespace. However, CA RC/Migrator automatically drops the partitioned tablespace necessary for the table DROP and then drop the table. A table cannot be dropped while a DB2 utility has control of the table's tablespace.