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Infosphere Classic CDC - needs to handle local time
Previous to V9.5 the time-stamp in the message represented when the Correlation Service processed the change and not the time when the application made the change. This condition of using the Classic server Correlation Service (CS) time and not the database change time. The Classic V9.5 and higher requirement was to use the database time (e.g., IMS uses STCK's which are in UTC (GMT) format) to establish at exactly what time did a change actually occur that was being published. There is no option to convert the time-stamps to a local time, only delimited format messages are supported for publishing to MQ. This is the current design and for V11.3 recommend customer to submit a RFE (Request for Enhancement) to have an option in Classic to convert the UTC in V11.3 to a local time format.
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