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Replication between DB2 z/OS v7 and DB2 Unix V8.2

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Hi,

To use SQL replication between DB2 z/OS v7 and DB2 Unix V8.2 with
Replication Center or DJRA:

* do I need Dpropr on Z/os running in V7 or V8 ?

* could I use Replication Center for subscribing on DB2 Unix V8 and DJRA on
DB2 Z/os V7 ?

* is there a way to make SQL replication Apply run in v7 mode on DB2 Unix V8
?

Thanks for your highlights and help,

JM

Mar 1 '07 #1
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On Mar 1, 5:11 pm, "Jean-Marc Blaise" <nob...@nowhere.comwrote:
Hi,

To use SQL replication between DB2 z/OS v7 and DB2 Unix V8.2 with
Replication Center or DJRA:

* do I need Dpropr on Z/os running in V7 or V8 ?

* could I use Replication Center for subscribing on DB2 Unix V8 and DJRA on
DB2 Z/os V7 ?

* is there a way to make SQL replication Apply run in v7 mode on DB2 Unix V8
?

Thanks for your highlights and help,

JM
You can user Replication Center for borth z/Os and Unix.
I have done that in the past, my DB2 z/OS was 7.1.1.

About the apply run in v7, I am not sure.
But you can try to dig more information about ASN.IBMSNAP_SUBS_SET's
ARCH_LEVEL column

Mar 5 '07 #2

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