Chris, are you storing these in the IFS. What OS version, possibly you
could use db2-mirror.

On Mon, Jul 19, 2021 at 2:00 PM Chris Wright <Chris.Wright@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>


We have recently started storing PDF file as BLOB objects in an iSeries
database table. Writing to and reading from these tables is instant and
works perfectly using a java application and the JT400 toolbox.

However, we now have the requirement of being able to mirror this data to
other production systems and I'm pretty sure that our current model of
using a data queue is not going to be suitable for this type of data. Am I
right? And if so, what are our options?


Chris Wright
Senior Analyst/Programmer
CrossCheck, Inc.

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