What are the possible situations where DB2 server FORCES to close the applications connected to it?

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Possibile situations where DB server forces to close the applications connected to it? Some of the situations can be : DB2 restart, DB2 stop, DB2 suspend. What else situations in DB2 server forces to close the applications connected to it? Your help is greatly appreciated !

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If your refering to the IBM System i or AS400 server, closing Qbatch or the jobq that the application is running in will stop the application.

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  • Saimadhu
    [...] >> What are the possible situations where DB2 server forces to close the applications connected to it? [...]
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    DB2 UDB for z/OS has a timeout - if your application (thread) is inactive for the specified time it will be terminated. If I terminate the DB2/CICS connection, the CICS applications will be terminated. Same applies to DB2/IMS. I can always cancel a given thread. That would certainly terminate the application.
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