Improved the List of affected objects in a receiver to include IFS entries

I have just updated the JRNMASTER tool which allows the listing of objects that have entries in a journal receiver to include IFS entries. This was part of the original tools design but the implementation was not provided in the initial release. Now you can ask for either library based (*OBJ) or IFS (*IFS) entries to be reviewed by the program and the results displayed.

Here is a sample output screen of the IFS data we retrieved.

Listing of IFS changes in a receiver

List of affected IFS objects in a receiver

May come in handy of you need to review the IFS objects which have been updated during a specific period of time?

Let me know if you have other ideas on what the tool could provide.

Chris…

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About Chris Hird

Chris Hird President and Owner Shield Advanced Solutions. Hird first worked with high availability at IBM Havant in the United Kingdom in 1989, and he was responsible for the technical interface with the developers of HA products and setting up a support structure in the UK to support the IBM customers. He left IBM to set up Shield Software Services in 1993, which was an IBM business partner and a MiMiX reseller, and in 1997 he moved to Canada and launched Shield Advanced Solutions, which provides tools and utilities aimed mainly at supporting HA Environments. Programs in C and PHP on the i5.

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