How to list UDF in DB2

20 May,2013 by Tom Collins

UDF in DB2 . How can I view  details on user defined functions?

To view user defined functions - UDF in DB2–  use the SYSCAT.ROUTINES catalog view to return a full list of user defined functions including – scalar function , table function, sourced function, method and procedure.

The example query returns Functions (routinetype = ‘F’ ) and  User Defined\SQL Bodied (origin in ('U', 'Q')


select r.routinename as FunctionName, r.text as FunctionBody from syscat.routines r where r.routinetype = 'F' and r.origin in ('U', 'Q')


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