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This space provides the same content as before, but the organization of the home page has changed. The content is now organized based on logical branches instead of legacy book titles. We hope that the new structure will help you quickly find the content that you need.

Task roadmap

The following table lists specific tasks that you can complete with Log Master, and indicates where to find instructions for completing each task.

Roadmap of Log Master tasks

What do you want to do?

Related tasks

Where to find instructions

Learn about the Log Master interface

Start the interface

Using the online interface

Enable display of long object names

Displaying long DB2 object names

Display Unicode characters

Displaying Unicode characters

Create or edit a work ID

Create or access a work ID, edit its options, or add steps to it

Creating and managing work IDs

Identify and undo problem transactions

Analyze the log to identify problem transactions

Analysis of problem transactions

Check for anomalies before backing out problem transactions

Performing backout integrity checking

Back out problem transactions

Using UNDO SQL

Reapply valid transactions after a recovery (that is, restore the table spaces to a current state that does not include problem transactions)

Using REDO SQL

Migrate DB2 data changes

Migrate changes to another platform without requiring an outage

Using Log Master for data migration

Automate recovery of dropped objects

Create a work ID for drop recovery, generate the JCL, and submit the job

Recovering dropped objects

Convert log records into a logical log data file and readable control file

Not applicable

Defining an output logical log file

Use the DB2 log for general analysis and planning

Analyze quiet points

Quiet Point report

Analyze the impact of creating or altering DB2 tables that are defined with data capture changes (DCC)

Data Capture Changes report

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