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Where to check disable/enable session (SQL)?

igor

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Hi,
I have made a little website with a little dashboard with basic info (like Paths/Drives on/offline, number of scratch/cleaning, fw update of library). It's based on scripts and SQL.

I would love to add the info, whether (client node) sessions are enabled or disabled ... (command is enab sess or disab sess in dsmadmc).
Is there a table.field in the Spectrum Protect (DB2) database I can select on to get this info? I can't find anything useful...

Thanks, Igor
 

The Spectrum Protect TLA (Three-Letter Acronym): ISP or something else?

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