DSNDB07 Usage

Janice Wood

DSNDB07 Usage
Hello - In September 2000 a question was posted asking "...How to find the
transaction / or batch job using DSNDB07"
Several responses were given but nothing definitive. I was wondering if any
other "debugging" techniques have been discovered since the time of the
original inquiry.

Janice Wood

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Roger Miller

Re: DSNDB07 Usage
(in response to Janice Wood)
It won't help today, but we did add a new IFCID 0342 to Version 8 to trace
temporary space use by agents. In some cases, the IFCID 0096 end of sort
has been able to find the problem.

Roger Miller

On Wed, 14 Jan 2004 07:51:09 -0600, Janice B. Wood
<[login to unmask email]> wrote:

>Hello - In September 2000 a question was posted asking "...How to find the
>transaction / or batch job using DSNDB07"
>Several responses were given but nothing definitive. I was wondering if
any
>other "debugging" techniques have been discovered since the time of the
>original inquiry.
>
>Janice Wood

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