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If I try and DROP a table that does not exist the RUNSQLSTM will fail. Is it possible to monitor for this in the RUNSQLSTM so it won't fail?
i want to create a procedure it should be able to audit any change done in the database ie. drop/delete of schema tables. the procedure should be able write audited data into a remote server machine inaccessible by the system manager/dba.
I would like a stored procedure that will take as input the name of a table. Whatthe procedure would do is drop all indexes on that table excpet any index that ends with U1 or P1, and save the information on the ones it drops. Then I would like another strored procedure that takes a table name...