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Joy Stephen

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PostPosted: Tue May 21, 2024 11:21 pm
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Hi Guys,
Can anyone give your suggestions on below process.

There is a cobol program which is doing auto adjucation process and calling many sub programs and those sub programs are calling different types MQ's which puts the record in that queue and gets the response from out side.

Now we want to track each each record, how much time it's taking to get the response from each queue. We are trying to note all the details in the DB table for every record request and response process.

Can any one suggest me how to proceed or how to do this in efficiently without consuming over time.
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Rohit Umarjikar

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PostPosted: Thu May 23, 2024 5:13 am
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Why do you need that ? If it’s a cics program then task details should have start and end time .. that’s pretty much closer to what you are looking for ..

If it’s batch , why care ? Just process all records and divide total time by number of records to get the time for one record ..

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