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Feed Q Replication with your own LOAD keywords for automatic load
Recently we had opened a case TS013850174, which could not be addressed correctly b/c it requires an enhancement. Problem was as follows. Due to an error in our change management process, target table had a unique index, which was not present at the source. This resulted in 'unique index key duplicates' during the automatic load. This was, however, not recognized by the Q Replication subscription, for which the LOAD ended with RC 0. Ultimately this led to desynchronised replication. Since Q Replication uses the crossload function with default values (for e.g. for DISCARDS), it was not identified as an error. If, however, we can provide a 'customised' version with e.g. DISCARDS 1 as input to Q Replication, such anomalies can be avoided. So my request is to allow the possibility to give a 'customised' load input file which can be used by Q Apply during the automatic load.
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