Replication customers who are using DB2 Version 9.1 for z/OS compatibility mode (CM) or lower and want to upgrade from WebSphere Replication Server V9.1 to InfoSphere Replication Server V10.1 must ask their IBM sales representative to request a copy of the software through the IBM z/OS archive-retrieval process.
IBM has removed all Replication Server products from marketing, and the Q Replication and SQL Replication technologies are now part of IBM InfoSphere Data Replication for z/OS.
WebSphere Replication Server V9.1 is scheduled to be withdrawn from support in September 2014. However, customers who want to upgrade to the newest version of Q Replication or SQL Replication in InfoSphere Data Replication V10.2.1 must be running DB2 V9.1 for z/OS new function mode (NFM) or higher.
If you are running with DB2 V9.1 for z/OS CM or lower, you need to request InfoSphere Replication Server V10.1 (5655-IRS) through the archive-retrieval process. Replication Server V10.1 is not available from Shopz. You must be current on IBM Software Subscription and Support to move from Replication Server V9.1 to Replication Server V10.1.
Ask your sales representative to use the Withdrawn Order Process and Template for Archived Product Code. You can point them to more information at the following internal IBM website: https://w3-connections.ibm.com/blogs/dbafaebb-0ed1-4425-8396-47f73dbb57f6/entry/is_replication_server_v10_z_os_still_available_to_current_replication_server_v9_customers?lang=en.
For more information about migrating to Q Replication and SQL Replication Version 10.2.1, see this presentation.