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PostPosted: Tue Dec 23, 2014 1:07 pm    Post subject: CA File master for IMS - Extract single Dataset for DBD
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Is there a way to specify to extract only single dataset under a DBD?


Single DBD is mapped to multiple datasets eg. 10 physical datasets. Assume it as a splits for a single large DB.

When I use a extract option in CA file master, It allocates all 10 datasets specific to DBD and extracts the data. It is done implicitly by Recon dataset which contains the information.

Now I need to extract only one split under single DBD. It is required for parallel processing so that I can run 10 jobs to extract the data from eeach split simultaneously. Is it possible via CA File master extract option?

Can I override the default allocation done by recon dataset?

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