No, the application ID is a transient identifier that uniquely
identifies each connection to the database. Application IDs
can be found in application snapshots, the list application
command, and DB2 UDB event instrumentation.
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Brian Charles <[login to unmask email]> wrote in message
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> Is the application id from the "list application" command
stored anywhere in
> the UDB system catalog?