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Status Delivered
Created by Guest
Created on Oct 12, 2020

Add ACE info to the OMPE PDB tables and CSV files for individual tran (FILE)

When you use OMPE batch reporting you can do filtering on ACE .

However the ACE info is not stored in the FILE output, so it cannot be loaded into the PDB tables and CSV files.

As an ACE can only run one tran at a time, having the ACE can help to understand if a tran ran on the same thread as another one or not. Having this info will also allow to determine the number of concurrent threads at any one point in time, something that I am unable to determine otherwise (as the LUWID or any other identifier will not allow you to tell if two tran ran one after another (on the same thread) or in parallel (using different threads (ACEs).

Needed by Date Dec 31, 2020
  • Admin
    Jan 29, 2022

    Delivered via APAR PH33376 / PTF UI75713 6/4/2021