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Replication on DB2 v8

Is there any known issue of DB2 replication on version 8 ? It seem
that during replication configuration the target table name cannot be
changed to same name as the source table name.

Let say the source table name is T1 and during replication
configuration the target table name is assigned as TGT1 by DB2. When
changed the TGT1 to T1, the replication process never get executed. In
fact, there were no error in the db2diag.log file.

Changing the target table name to be identical to source table name
cause the
replication process fail.

Why is it so ? I think changing the table name in V7 not seem to be a
problem.

has anyone encounter such problem before ?

Please help.

Thanks
Uthuras
Nov 12 '05 #1
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This is a repost. Please help. What could be the problem.

thanks
uthuras

ut*****@hotmail.com (Uthuras) wrote in message news:<2e**************************@posting.google. com>...
Is there any known issue of DB2 replication on version 8 ? It seem
that during replication configuration the target table name cannot be
changed to same name as the source table name.

Let say the source table name is T1 and during replication
configuration the target table name is assigned as TGT1 by DB2. When
changed the TGT1 to T1, the replication process never get executed. In
fact, there were no error in the db2diag.log file.

Changing the target table name to be identical to source table name
cause the
replication process fail.

Why is it so ? I think changing the table name in V7 not seem to be a
problem.

has anyone encounter such problem before ?

Please help.

Thanks
Uthuras

Nov 12 '05 #2
This is a repost. Please help. What could be the problem.

thanks
uthuras

ut*****@hotmail.com (Uthuras) wrote in message news:<2e**************************@posting.google. com>...
Is there any known issue of DB2 replication on version 8 ? It seem
that during replication configuration the target table name cannot be
changed to same name as the source table name.

Let say the source table name is T1 and during replication
configuration the target table name is assigned as TGT1 by DB2. When
changed the TGT1 to T1, the replication process never get executed. In
fact, there were no error in the db2diag.log file.

Changing the target table name to be identical to source table name
cause the
replication process fail.

Why is it so ? I think changing the table name in V7 not seem to be a
problem.

has anyone encounter such problem before ?

Please help.

Thanks
Uthuras

Nov 12 '05 #3

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