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Automatically Perform a Display with Claimers when Utilities Cannot Perform a Drain on an Object
We recently migrated from BMC Utilities for Db2 to IBM Utilities. One feature that is sorely missed is that when the BMC Utilities would fail to drain because other processes had a claim on the object, BMC Utilities would perform a display with claimers on the affected objects for research later.
This would be extremely helpful for much of our current processing, where a main driver job will kick off several child jobs with multiple loads stacked on top of each other. If there are failures in the child jobs, we won't be alerted until control passes back to the main driver job.
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