Using DB2 for z/OS pureXML to process SEPA transactions

A practical guide to performance improvement based on customer experiences

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Jane Man

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: January 31, 2013

Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) is a payment integration mechanism widely used in Europe to handle standard payment messages. Each SEPA document can contain up to 100,000 credit transfer transactions and must be processed accurately in a short period of time. This article outlines the author's experience in performing a benchmark for a large European corporate and investment bank using DB2® for z/OS® pureXML® for SEPA (ISO 20022). Learn how the team resolves obstacles and eventually achieves their performance goal.

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