Difference between DB Name of SYSTABAUTH and SYSTABLE



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Difference between DB Name of SYSTABAUTH and SYSTABLE

Postby Surabhi » Sat Dec 17, 2016 7:52 pm

Hi all,

Is there any difference between DB Name of SYSTABAUTH and SYSTABLE

SYSIBM.SYSTABLE
DBNAME --
VARCHAR(24)
NOT NULL
For a table, or a view of tables, the name of the database that contains the table space that is named in TSNAME. For a created temporary table, an alias, or a view of a view, the value is DSNDB06.

SYSIBM.SYSTABAUTH
DBNAME --
VARCHAR(24)
NOT NULL
If the privileges were received from a user with DBADM, DBCTRL, or DBMAINT authority, DBNAME is the name of the database on which the GRANTOR has that authority. Otherwise, DBNAME is blank.
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Postby Akatsukami » Sun Dec 18, 2016 8:43 pm

This link is to the IBM documentation for DB2 11.0 SYSTABLE. This link is to the IBM documentation for DB2 11.0 SYTABAUTH. As you can see, they are very different, as expected since they have little to do with each other.

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Re: Difference between DB Name of SYSTABAUTH and SYSTABLE

Postby Surabhi » Sun Dec 18, 2016 10:31 pm

Thank you
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