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We recently had a Production application fail because a Db2 sequence object reached the end of its range unexpectedly. This caused our web users to be unable to logon for a short period of time. DBAs are implementing external tooling to monitor se...
For some applications we have multiple development DB2 systems. When using the ALT command to alter a table and use CM (Change Management) it is not possible to generate a multi target change. Panel ADB2CRO does not show this option as it does whe...
GOC - when WSL is being created and ALTER of object requires a reorg but not put into AREO*, GOC should create the REORG.
Manual effort needs to be done to do a REORG after the WSL is completed. Either another job or step. This is for any alter that does not put the object in AREO*. In the case that occurred, the PCTFREE was changed. Since REORG was not generated, an...
When using Exclude for Target/Source and there is a mask, GOC should require only Target.
The application of the same exclude on SRC and TGT is going to be useful only in scenarios where the customer has a mask and wants to exclude the same objects on both SRC and TGT. In the case of only wanting to partially exclude either a SRC or a ...
Allow for default parameters on dynamically executed utilities
Sometimes while executing a job from a compare on two objects GOC will dynamically execute a utility. In my case this is a REBUILD INDEX. We need the ability to add additional parameters to this such as SORTDEVT.
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