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Better problem determination when error message is returned to the job submitter
When running a loader job that fails on authorization the submitter of the job does not get a proper message. The message emitted by the IDAA Loader is "HLOU5715E Unknown error during IDAA validation". This is in par with the famous Microsoft Wind...
We tried to use WLM stored Procedure DSNUTILU to run HLV Loader instead of DSNUTILB with JCL without successful. We opened PMR 16347,250,631 to treat this issue and we was informed that is not is possible, then at this moment we can not use IDAA L...
IDAA Loader disabling tables in IDAA upon failed load RFE 128179
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/execute?use_case=viewRfe&CR_ID=128179 IDAA-IDAA Loader product is disabling a table when the load fails for any reason, causing serious performance issues as queries will start running in...
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