DB2 z/OS V8 and IBM DB2 Pathchecker

Steve Whittaker

DB2 z/OS V8 and IBM DB2 Pathchecker
We are going to start down that long, lonely, cold dark path to:
"Migration to DB2 z/OS Version 8".

I've been reading some IBM material on V8 and I see this product
mentioned (DB2 Pathchecker) and I was wondering if anyone out there has
used it for their v8 Migration? If so, what did you think of it and was
it something that you could not live without.

I'd appreciate any opinions on this and if you'd like to respond
off-line from the forum please feel free to do so.

Thanks:
--Steve....

Steve Whittaker **Yesterday was history**
DB2/DBA @ Progress Energy, INC * **Tomorrow is a mystery***
***TODAY is
a GIFT ***


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Gerald Hodge

Re: DB2 z/OS V8 and IBM DB2 Pathchecker
(in response to Steve Whittaker)
Eric:



Please offer our assistance.



GSH



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We are going to start down that long, lonely, cold dark path to:
"Migration to DB2 z/OS Version 8".

I've been reading some IBM material on V8 and I see this product mentioned
(DB2 Pathchecker) and I was wondering if anyone out there has used it for
their v8 Migration? If so, what did you think of it and was it something
that you could not live without.

I'd appreciate any opinions on this and if you'd like to respond off-line
from the forum please feel free to do so.

Thanks:
--Steve..

Steve Whittaker **Yesterday was history**
DB2/DBA @ Progress Energy, INC * **Tomorrow is a mystery***
***TODAY is a
GIFT ***


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