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DB2T TEST01 TEST0B TEST0MWe recently developed a new database in the TEST0B subsystem. I noticed that the TEST01 subsystem was looking at the TEST0B. I was told the bind dictates the subsystem you are looking at, but that it is stored at the system level. If I want to test the same program in both TEST01 and TEST0B, does the last bind of the program dictate where it is pointing? Will there need to be two separate DB2 systems to accomplish this?
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