Db2 Recovery Expert - Reorganization of LBDR and Transaction Recovery panels in ISPF (PH12477)
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The ISPF client was changed to be more task-oriented and consistent with the Web client. The LBDR and Transaction Recovery operations are now available from the new "Ad-hoc Operations" option added to the main menu. It is no longer necessary to create a profile to perform LBDR or Transaction recovery jobs.
Here is what the main menu now looks like:
After selecting 3 and then pressing enter the SSID selection panel will be displayed. Select the Db2 SSID you want to work with:
After selecting the Db2 SSID and pressing enter the Ad-hoc Operations panel will be displayed:
From this panel you can create a Transaction Recovery, a Log Based Dropped Object Recovery, or work with a previous specification that has been saved. When creating either a Transaction Recovery or a Log Based Dropped Object Recovery, you can save your selections and options into a specification so you can return later to complete your task.
Also notice that when creating an Application Profile you will no longer be prompted for which type of profile to create (standard, transaction or LBDR).