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Running SPUFI in batch but need to back-up before I delete

Running SPUFI in batch but need to back-up before I delete

Running SPUFI in batch but need to back-up before I delete

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I'm running SPUFI in batch to delete interested rows, however I need to back-up/download table before doing so. What are the details in downloading and uploading DB2 tables, and what's a good point of reference and resource? Also when you execute SPUFI in batch, how can I place my results table in a dataset and what's the size allocation so I can view it?

RE: Running SPUFI in batch but need to back-up before I delete

If you have not already spoken with your dba or databasae support, you should do so now.

Find out which is an acceptable way of doind what you want to do on the system.

Why does "someone" (i.e. management, dba, etc) believe it is acceptable to delete rows "on the fly"? If the auditors learn of this, they will object.

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