Data Repository Model for CA Subsystem Analyzer and Plan Analyzer

Frank Fillmore, Jr.

Data Repository Model for CA Subsystem Analyzer and Plan Analyzer

Colleagues,
I have been searching without success for the data model for the repositories for CA Subsystem Analyzer and Plan Analyzer.  All of my searches in the CA documentation on "data" are to broad and "data model" doesn't return anything.  Similarly "tables" and "tablespaces" return a lot of noise.

If anyone has a link to the data model explaining the tables and columns used as the repository or at least some of the names of tables themselves used to store metadata gathered by Subsystem and Plan Analyzer, I would appreciate it.

TIA,
Frank

Jeffrey Funck

Data Repository Model for CA Subsystem Analyzer and Plan Analyzer
(in response to Frank Fillmore, Jr.)
Frank,

Check in the Installation Manual under Summary of Objects.

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From: "Frank Fillmore, Jr." <[login to unmask email]>
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Date: 02/27/2019 05:11 PM
Subject: [external][DB2-L] - Data Repository Model for CA Subsystem
Analyzer and Plan Analyzer



Colleagues,
I have been searching without success for the data model for the
repositories for CA Subsystem Analyzer and Plan Analyzer.  All of my
searches in the CA documentation on "data" are to broad and "data model"
doesn't return anything.  Similarly "tables" and "tablespaces" return a lot
of noise.

If anyone has a link to the data model explaining the tables and columns
used as the repository or at least some of the names of tables themselves
used to store metadata gathered by Subsystem and Plan Analyzer, I would
appreciate it.

TIA,
Frank




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Jeff Gross

RE: Data Repository Model for CA Subsystem Analyzer and Plan Analyzer
(in response to Jeffrey Funck)

Jeffrey and Frank,

At the bottom of each page in the doc, there is a feedback method to suggest updates. You can do that to provide your suggestions directly to the product team.  I forwarded this info to the techpub team members I know in this space. 

Jeff

steen rasmussen

Data Repository Model for CA Subsystem Analyzer and Plan Analyzer
(in response to Frank Fillmore, Jr.)
Frank - did you eventually get what you were looking for or do you need me to provide ddiional details ?
Steen Rasmussen
On Wednesday, February 27, 2019, 5:11:55 PM EST, Frank Fillmore, Jr. <[login to unmask email]> wrote:


Colleagues,
I have been searching without success for the data model for the repositories for CA Subsystem Analyzer and Plan Analyzer.  All of my searches in the CA documentation on "data" are to broad and "data model" doesn't return anything.  Similarly "tables" and "tablespaces" return a lot of noise.

If anyone has a link to the data model explaining the tables and columns used as the repository or at least some of the names of tables themselves used to store metadata gathered by Subsystem and Plan Analyzer, I would appreciate it.

TIA,
Frank

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