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During IWS BatchOps daily work, they need to perform a lot MCP activities. Especially when there is a test prior to new application release and onborad new applications/LPARs such as Hold/Release/NOP/UNNOP/other thousands of jobs in TWS application database and current plan.
Due to there are no real-time messages in EQQMLOG of controller indicating the operations to the jobs, we turn to enable CDP because they generate messages when update is made to TWS database and current plan. But per our test, CDP do not have the kind of real-time message we are seeking in EQQCDPx files. This means we're lack of effective methods to track and verify the operations/modifications immediately after they are made to the objects in TWS.
So we want the messages which show who update what object in application and who make what modification to the current plan in real-time.
We know that the audit report can gave us the information, but it's not the real-time messaging system which can feed our appetite.
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