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Priorities of application profiles should be honored by application group when doing recovery
When combining several application profiles with differenct priorities into an application group, these should be taken into account when a recovery plan is executed so that the objects in the highest prioritised profile are reovered first.Today t...
I set up a redirected recover profile. I want to do object translations and am directed to panel ARYGMSQT, the Object Translation screen. The 'I'nsert line command is already in place when this screen is presented. I hit Enter to add the first tra...
We need to be able to predict how long time a recovery will take, and follow how long time is left as the recovery is going on.
We also need to have an overview of which objects are unrecoverable, or if recovery has failed for other reasons.
Provide an additional output DD for Recovery Plan messages that cause Plan create failures
We are testing Recovery Expert and as part of our POC one of our batch runs produced an extremely large amount of output in the ARYEXPLN DD (over 139,500 lines). The job ended with a RC=8 and an indication that a Recovery Plan could not be created...
The size of the EXTFILE is actually hard coded in the skeleton. Other than reducing the scan range (currently 3 and 7 hrs), we can recommend updating the skeleton. For the transaction scan, you can edit SARYSLIB members ARYINBX (currently line 90)...
We would like to be able to recover freed packages.
One of our clients always performs bind from a temporary library to avoid cluttering. This means it can require some investigation to find the correct DBRMs, especially if a lot of package were ...
This is an enhancement request for the *#JC1 job. As currently designed, if any step within the job were to fail, the job continues executing the subsequent steps. As a result (during a DR situation), ALL steps would re-executed once the issue is ...
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