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Provide detailed information about User Exit interface in product manual
Some of the IBM software products such as IMS, Db2 and Db2 HPU, etc. provide User Exit interface to enhance the product's capability to customers' particular requirements. Such products usually have a corresponding chapter or appendix in their product manuals to provide detailed information such as how to use, in/out parameters, sample codes, considerations and restrictions, etc.
DVM also provides post-read and/or pre-write user exit interface, depending on data source type. And also, "User's Guide" product manual has a little description about input field(s) on the wizard panel to specify the exit routine name.
However, DVM product manuals lack a corresponding chapter or appendix to provide detailed information. Due to such situation, it is difficult for a customer who has a requirement of complicated data manipulation, to judge whether DVM meets their requirement or not.
For this reason, DVM should provide a chapter or appendix in its product manuals about User Exit interface.
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