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    How to analyze delay in production of z07p/z00p records

    • Article Type: General
    • Product: Aleph
    • Product Version: 20, 21, 22, 23
    • Relevant for Installation Type: Dedicated-Direct; Direct; Local; Total Care

    Desired Outcome Goal:
    Determine where delays in the creation of z07p and z00p are occurring.

    1. an update (in GUI Cataloging, util f/1/13, manage-18, manage-21, manage-37, etc.) creates a z07
    2. ue_01 processes z07 and creates a z07a
    3, ue_01_z0102 and ue_01_word process z07a and create z07p
    4. ue_21 processes the z07p.

    There can be queues at each stage (z07, z07a, z07p).  The following SQL's can be used to get counts:
    > s+ xxx01
    SQL> select count(*) from z07;  
    SQL> select count(*) from z07a;
    SQL> select count(*) from z07p;

    (z07a is often the one with the biggest queue.)

    If a particular record is not processed in the expected time, use the following SQL to look for it in the queues:  

    * SQL> select z07_sequence from z07 where z07_rec_key = 'nnnnnnnnn';

    * SQL> select Z07A_REC_KEY from z07a where Z07A_REC_KEY like '%nnnnnnnnn%';

    * SQL> select Z07P_TIMESTAMP from z07p where z07p_rec_key = 'nnnnnnnnn';

    Additional Information

    Relevant Articles:
    Aleph Z00P records not Written when xxx01 Records updated **MASTER RECORD**
    z07a record count not going down

    Category: Publishing

    • Article last edited: 11-Dec-2017