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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 19, 2017

capturing comparison information from mpxcomp

The output of mpxcomp after running mpxdump has memrecno1, memrecno2, and the score.

We then do MemCompare using memrecno1 memrecno2 using the Java SDK in a multi threaded fashion to see the comparison information breakdown on how it generated the score.

The problem for us is that using the SDK to get the comparison information is slow. We know mpxcomp already has the comparison available when it's calculating the score. We also know from the debug log that mpxcomp can spit out the comparison information.

We're wondering if it's possible to have the comparison information between the two memrecno's available from mpxcomp somehow.

Perhaps a parameter that outputs the comparison information to stdout when an argument is set would be one option.
  • Admin
    Marcus Boone
    May 16, 2019

    Thank you for submitting this request.  We will take this under consideration as part of the modernization of MDM currently underway.