Larry,

Start with this article.
http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com/ibmi/trends/whatsnew/iDoctor-vs--IBM-i-6-1-Performance-Tools/


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Is anyone on this list familiar with both iDoctor and the Performance
Tools? They are both IBM products unless I’m mistaken, and I’m aware of
different people in my company looking at both. Can anyone clearly explain
the difference between the two. Is iDoctor just a more robust IBM
offering?

Thanks, Larry


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