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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 6, 2020

DB2 Console To Be Made Available On e3270

Hi...

 

The DB2 console was of great use to our DB2 users.  It WAS available in the classic OM monitor.  With our recent upgrade from OM v5.3 to v5.5, we have "sunset" the classic monitor in favor of the e3270 monitor.  In doing so, we were surprised to learn, after the fact, that the DB2 console was NOT available in the e3270 monitor.  Can this be incorporated into the e3270 monitor?  I wouldn't expect it would take too much as it's already built and functional for the classic monitor.

 

Thank you!

 

Andy Cooper - Charles Schwab

Needed by Date Jan 6, 2020