I have also _tried_ to use IBM's DB2 Object Comparison Tool. Despite multiple presentations by IBM reps over several years, I have (1) never seen, let alone attended, a class of any length which taught about the tool; (2) never seen, let alone read, a manual which described using the OC Tool in a way that I could then turn around and use myself to generate comprehensible results. For an example of an incomprehensible "tutorial" about part of the OC Tool, I commend you to this link in the Knowledge Center:
Does anyone have a positive experience of the OC tool? Can you recommend a walkthrough or manual which actually teaches the reader to use OC for real tasks like comparing the contents of two DBs or two Schemas? I'm _this_ close to swearing that it can't be done and recommending that my management drop the tool - it's no better for me to have an unusable tool than to have none at all.
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