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sat
hi all!
Can anyone let me know how can we know what is the last
committed transaction and which application committed it?
what i found is like after we restore and rollforward it then
it is showing the last committed transaction.
but is there any command with we can find what is the last
committed transaction?

Thanks in Advance,
sat.

Aug 31 '06 #1
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sat wrote:
hi all!
Can anyone let me know how can we know what is the last
committed transaction and which application committed it?
what i found is like after we restore and rollforward it then
it is showing the last committed transaction.
but is there any command with we can find what is the last
committed transaction?
Stupid question maybe, but what do you need that information for?

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Knut Stolze
DB2 Information Integration Development
IBM Germany
Aug 31 '06 #2

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sat wrote:
hi all!
Can anyone let me know how can we know what is the last
committed transaction and which application committed it?
what i found is like after we restore and rollforward it then
it is showing the last committed transaction.
but is there any command with we can find what is the last
committed transaction?
See about the onlog utility in the Administrators Reference

Art S. Kagel
Aug 31 '06 #3

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onlog? Are we talking about DB2 here or Informix?
Art S. Kagel wrote:
sat wrote:
hi all!
Can anyone let me know how can we know what is the last
committed transaction and which application committed it?
what i found is like after we restore and rollforward it then
it is showing the last committed transaction.
but is there any command with we can find what is the last
committed transaction?

See about the onlog utility in the Administrators Reference

Art S. Kagel
Aug 31 '06 #4

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