Unanswered: How do you usually housekeep DB2 archived logfiles on Windows?
I can only find UNIX scripts that perform housekeeping of DB2 archived logfiles.
How do most of you housekeep DB2 archived logfiles on windows platform?
I know the db2 commands to get the first active logfiles and the prune command to housekeep archived logfiles. But I'm not sure how to piece all these commands together in a windows batch file and make it run like a unix script ( or is it really possible)?