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High Availability and Disaster Recovery Options for DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows by Karol Zimnol, Marko Vrhovnik, Klaus Subtil, Mohamed Soliman, Jan Nelken, Anas Mosaad, Marcin Marczewski, Michael Loster, Adrian Kalicki, Ciaran De Buitlear, Stanislaw Bartkowski

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Q replication
Based on client requirements, data replication might be an option to implement high availability or disaster recovery environments. The IBM InfoSphere Replication Server provides two approaches for data replication:
The first approach is called SQL replication because it is based on DB2 tables. Changes are captured in staging tables with SQL and then shipped to a target database and applied to the target table.
The second approach is Q replication. It is based on a messaging infrastructure instead of staging tables. Changes are ...

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