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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Log Analyzer Tool

    We have a Log Analyzer Tool running on our DB2 OLTP hosted on the z/OS - the tool captures the date/time of change to every record in every table the tool is configured to monitor.

    HOWEVER!!!! the field that captures the timestamp of the change is CHAR(08) is HH:MMS - clearly a lot of times, this is not enough precision to be able to distinguish between successive changes made to the same record in a table.

    Question - is there a way of bumping up the LAT TIME precision to include microseconds????

  2. #2
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    No response?????

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    Have you asked your tool vendor? You do not even tell us what log analysis tool you are using.

    Dave Nance

  4. #4
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    A RFI (request for Information) is in queue ... as I dont have a very good experience with the turnaround from IBM on RFIs, I thought I'd check with gurus in the forum

    Also, I did mention the name of the product (perhaps not articulate enough - so my apologies) - it is called IBM DB2 Log Analysis Tool.

    Please share any insights you might have - THANKS AS ALWAYS!

    - G
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