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Q Replication for Z

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Add an ability to start a q subscription via MODIFY on the Capture started task

Currently Q Capture subscriptions can be interacted with either via MODIFY command invoked on a Q Capture started task, or SQL insert statements executed on table IBMQREP_SIGNAL. For many customers, executing a MODIFY command to perform an action ...
over 1 year ago in Replication: Q-Replication & Availability / Q Replication for Z 0 Future consideration

Ability to create ASNMON Oracle Control Tables via GUI without Federated Server

We have QREP Data Replication established between DB2 Z/OS and Oracle on Linux. We are using Oracle Native Apply on the target DBMS. As per discussions and conclusions in the referenced PMR, 85301,442,000, we have 2 issues:1) We can not directly c...
over 4 years ago in Replication: Q-Replication & Availability / Q Replication for Z 2 Future consideration

Encrypted Emails from ASNMON on Z

In our replication environment ASNMON is running on Z to monitor Q Replication processes on a significant number of Z systems. In case ASNMON records an exception, ASNMON sends emails to admin accounts. The mail server team generally requires encr...
about 1 year ago in Replication: Q-Replication & Availability / Q Replication for Z 1 Future consideration

The Q-Replication apply programm shall be able to call the Db2 High Performance Unload (HPU) utility by the HPU stored procedure

Hello, in enterprise warehouse and OLTP areas of DB2 installations exist often very big databases with several tera bytes (often 100 of TBs) of data. For example we have several OLTP databases with more than 20TB and tables with billion of recor...
over 3 years ago in Replication: Q-Replication & Availability / Q Replication for Z 0 Future consideration

Ignore log records for a dedicated subscription in IGNORETRANS

In very rare cases Db2 cannot provide log records for Q Capture, e.g. in case of a version mismatch, a compression dictionary error, etc. Removing the subscription and reloading the target is a practical approach. But in some situations (e.g., non...
about 2 years ago in Replication: Q-Replication & Availability / Q Replication for Z 0 Future consideration

Sequence Number management in a replicated DB2 system

Today sequence numbering in a DB2 subsystem that is being replicated to a secondary site needs to be managed outside of the replication support manually by the customer. Guidance has been given to use odd/even numbering on one side and the other. ...
about 5 years ago in Replication: Q-Replication & Availability / Q Replication for Z 0 Future consideration

Improving QREP online operation

ABC(Agriculture Bank of China) have implemented A-A based on QREP. Due to its huge number of data volume, the maintenance related to A-A is extreme complex. The more easy operation of QREP the more maintenance convenience.1. In some case, certain ...
almost 6 years ago in Replication: Q-Replication & Availability / Q Replication for Z 0 Future consideration

ASNCLP PROMOTE to generate SQL rather than another ASNCLP Script

When using the ASNCLP PROMOTE function the output is another ASNCLP Script. We would like the PROMOTE option to generate the target SQL instead of another ASNCLP Script - applying any name changes defined in the PROMOTE command.
almost 6 years ago in Replication: Q-Replication & Availability / Q Replication for Z 1 Future consideration

Removed forced Requirement to force Replication Center to only run wit IBM JDK/JRE

Citigroup has a rule that only JDK/JRE that are supported by Citi are allowed to be used on all products that are packaged for general users. Currently the internal packaging team at Citi striped the IBM JDK/JRE from a Data Server Client 11.1.2. A...
about 2 years ago in Replication: Q-Replication & Availability / Q Replication for Z 1 Future consideration

Q Replication to allow add/remove member in P2P replication mesh

As we are migrating our DB workload to the cloud we need to have the ability to add/remove members to redefine our P2P multi-master QReplication topology to accommodate for workload growth and making data available closer to customers (application...
over 4 years ago in Replication: Q-Replication & Availability / Q Replication for Z 0 Future consideration