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Q Apply issue a warning after exception due to OKSQLSTATES
Using OKSQLSTATES certain error conditions can be specified which will let Q Apply document a failing operation in IBMQREP_EXCEPTIONS. Today, Q Apply does not write out a warning into the log file if an exception based on OKSQLSTATES happened. Monitoring (often done be monitoring the APPLY log file) of such errors is very difficult / impossible if these exceptions are not logged. This RFE addresses to (optionally) log warnings in the Q APPLY log when exceptions related to OKSQLSTATES happen.
A parameter like WARNOKSQLSTATES could control this behavious. WARNOKSQLSTATES=N would let Q Apply log as of today. WARNOKSQLSTATES=Y would let Q Apply write out an additional warning messages if a record was not applied but saved to IBMQREP_EXCEPTIONS due to OKSQLSTATES.
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