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Provide Replication Center and Replication Dashboard functionality within DSM
We would like to see the Replication Center tool functionality for IIDR Queue Replication added under the Data Server Manager(DSM) Umbrella. Today we are using Replication Center to administer and monitor our IIDR Queue Replication environment. This product is currently provided within the DB2 Data Server Client product which resides on each DBA's desktop. We would like to move to DB2 Data Server ODBC CLI Driver for our remote connectivity to z/OS DB2 and have the replication administration move to DSM. DSM is currently our direction for all DB2 administration. DBAs also administer QRep activity so DSM is a perfect fit for enabling the replication administration. We need a GUI tool for our DBAs to configure and monitor IIDR QRep replication but would like for that functionality to reside in DSM.
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