IMS Database Recovery Control (DBRC)

Training Summary
This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of the management and recovery of databases, systems, and logs using DBRC. The material is at the current version of IMS. The class format is lecture with hands-on machine lab exercises.
Before taking this course, students should know TSO/ISPF, z/OS JCL, VSAM AMS, and have an understanding of the IMS database utilities and on-line logging.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for IMS system programmers, technical support staff, DBAs, and senior IMS application programmers, requiring a detailed knowledge of DBRC and its use in managing and recovering IMS logs, databases, and systems.
Course Topics
  • The RECON Datasets
  • Database Registration
  • Subsystem Interaction
  • Log data sets (batch and online)
  • Authorization
  • Reorganization and Image Copy
  • Change Accumulation
  • Database Recovery
  • Batch Backout
  • RECON Maintenance & Recovery
  • Review and Discussion of Your RECON

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