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You may have seen the recent video here on ChannelDB2 that introduces auditing of DB2 changed data. If you're interested in giving it a quick try, it's easy set up a simple configuration and see what you get. That's what I'm going to show you how to do in this post. It should take about 5-10 minutes. We'll use DB2's SQL Replication. It's provided with all editions of DB2 and InfoSphere Warehouse…Continue
A couple of months ago, IBM announced enhancements to its data replication in support of DB2 v10 for UNIX and Windows. This month, IBM released an update to its Q Replication Dashboard that supports those enhancements and much more. In fact, most the Dashboard's enhancements can be used with Q Replication for DB2 z/OS, too. This post takes a quick look at…Continue
I regularly see people ask how to access data on UNIX or Windows from apps on IBM's z/OS (mainframe) operating system. However, I haven't been able to find anything that discusses the options. Therefore, I'm using this post to provide the basics about one solution - using IBM's InfoSphere Federation Server as an interface.
This solution is for people running DB2 on z/OS. It's probably best discussed with a simple example and a picture. So, my example is - let's say you…Continue