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PostPosted: Fri Mar 06, 2015 2:13 am    Post subject: ADABAS to DB2 Data migration Testing
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Hi All,

We are doing ADABAS to DB2 migration. We have created NATRUAL programs which will convert all ADABAS data to a format which can be loaded into DB2 tables.

Using these conversion programs we have successfully tested applications ( converted from NATURAL ADABAS --> COBOL DB2) and continue to do.

I want pointers on how to validate data once we migrate all PRODUCTION ADABAS data to DB2 i.e. has all the data migrated ?

One way we know is to use row count , we get ADABAS table row counts and compare with DB2 parent table row counts and should match but I need more pointers to be confident if all data has been migrated.

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