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    Default Differences between Old DB and new DB2 DB

    Hi,

    We have been coded local programs/web pages for monitoring TSM operations. These programs connects TSM databases or runs ADMC commans to select data. As I see, new DB2 DB has different tables/cloumns from the old one.
    I want to know all these differences. Is there a document for that, or how can I compare these differecense quickly?

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    You can use select command from dsmadmc to see db structure... Give your mail a and I will send you short PDF about tsm 6 SQL......

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    Hi Kozalak:

    I blogged about getting info out of DB2 a few months ago:

    http://www.lanigera.com/wordpress/20...or-tsm-admins/


    And IBM has a more thorough slideshow that may be useful:

    http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docvie...id=swg27020613


    Thanks and we'd love to hear your experiences!

    Tom

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