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Here you'll find information related to SAP systems running on DB2 for z/OS as database and System z as database server as well as for Linux on System z as application server.

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Setup of New DB2 Data-Sharing Failover Solution with the SAP Failover Configuration Tool

The Failover Configuration Tool is a tool, that eases the definition of connections to an IBM DB2 for z/OS database and assists in the setup of a failover configuration environment. This article describes how to use the Failover Configuration Tool in detail and provides several screenshots that visualize the configuration of an ABAP-based SAP system. 14 Apr 2014



Monitoring and Administration - News and Improvements

The Monitoring and Administration page has been updated with the latest news. 10 Apr 2014


User Guide for SAP DB2 Conversion Tool - Update

The SAP DB2 Conversion Tool is a generic tool, which converts various storage parameters of SAP objects and stores them on the IBM database DB2 for z/OS. The updated article describes the use of the SAP DB2 Conversion Tool in detail and provides screenshots for an ABAP-based SAP system. 10 Apr 2014


New DB2 Connect 10.5 FP2 Special Build available

Special Build 32205 for DB2 Connect 10.5 SP2 is now available on Service Marketplace, it fixes various issues. For details on the APARs in addition to the regular SP2 level see note 1927404.

If you run any other level of DB2 Connect 10.5 SP2 replace it with Special Build 32205. 28 Mar 2014


DB2 11 for Mission-Critical SAP Solutions

Mission-critical SAP Business Suite applications like ERP or SAP industry solutions like SAP for Banking have been successfully deployed by leading customers on DB2 for z/OS. To learn more about the technology intersections between SAP and System z, refer to this article in IBM Systems Magazine. 24 Jan 2014


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