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High availability for IMS CDC in a SYSPLEX environment
We are currently implementing CDC for IMS in our Production environment.
This consists of 2 IMS v15.2 systems running on 2 different LPAR's, in a SYSPLEX.
The OS on both are currently z/OS 2.3.
CDC for IMS runs on 1 LPAR, replicating the LOGS o...
Documentation of raw data format in Classic CDC MQ publishing.
This is not functional requirement, but documentation requirement.
it seems that Classic CDC MQ publishing have a capability to publish data format by using PUBBINASIS=TRUE. I've found this function in developerWorks.
Journal Field for to identify transaction which updated the record
We are looking for following fields in management console journal fields which can help us identify who updated the record information :- First Priority - &JOB (This is must have field for all update/delete/insert operation on the record - It ...
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