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From: Joe Geller [mailto:[login to unmask email]
Sent: Wednesday, May 10, 2017 2:28 PM
To: [login to unmask email]
Subject: [DB2-L] - RE: DSNACCOX- can it be run on only one database
/ tablespace? Estimated completion time?
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In Reply to VisionPLUS Developer:
Thanks for your responses. I just got a note from my client that
the work on DSNACCOX may not be required now.
However this question-answer trail has led me to explore a new
curiousity- it seems that DSNACCOX the stored proc itself doesnt
exist at all in the customer environment!! And DSNACCOX is not the
only one, lots of IBM supplied procs are not there.
Is there a possibility to "setup and build" the missing IBM
supplied stored procs?
As for my real name I am not a DB2 guy. To give a little background
about myself, I am from a Business Intelligence (BI) background and
currently develop log extraction and reporting tools.using BI tools
like CA BI and IBM Cognos.
The customer mails us the logs of the core z/OS components (CICS /
TSO ) and z/OS based databases and tools- IMS / DB2 / Adabas e.t.c.
He gives us what "log lines" and specific info he is looking for
and we develop the log extraction / reporting tool accordingly. I
do it not only for DB2 but also for SQL Server. Till now knowledge
on DB2 / IMS was not required.
But now with increasing demands on DB2 operational aids I need to
keep myself thorough on DB2 / IMS.
I am closing this thread and starting a new question on requesting
help on how to build and setup IBM supplied stored procs.
Thanks once again for your replies.
Thanks & Regards,
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