When making a record insert with SQL (Insert into values) from the JDBC Toolbox driver, Visual Explain and Optimizer messages shows a table scan with reason T1(no index) for the access plan. The table has a primary key index (dspdbr), 50 active records 180.000 deleted. System version is V5R3. Why does DB2 make table scans and shows this reason code?
If you're worried about the performance of this SQL Insert, I'd suggest analyzing if the Insert is being done as a Full Open or Reusable Open.
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