A new enhancement allows you to track and identify the QSQSRVR jobs that are being used by an application or a job.
Written by Kent Milligan
The DB2 for i database has long been known as a relational database that is simple to manage and administer. This design goal is one of the reasons that IBM has improved the management of DB2 QSQSRVR jobs through recent enhancements. One of these enhancements is documented in the "Grab Control of DB2 QSQSRVR Jobs" TechTip. That management enhancement provides users the ability to change which subsystem the QSQSRVR jobs run in.
Being able to create an application or service quickly has been a challenge on the System i until the advent of open-source software.
Written by Chris Smith
The user groups have been a vital segment of the IBM midrange community for many years, and there's none that I enjoy attending more than the annual OCEAN technical conference. This year, in the conference's six tracks and more than 35 sessions, developers learned a number of helpful tips for keeping their systems up to date and their internal customers happy.