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Understanding and Using Q Replication for High Availability Solutions on the IBM z/OS Platform by Eduardo Pingarilho, Jayanti Mahapatra, Cecile Madsen, Heverson Campelo, Rich Briddell, Jason Arnold, Chuck Ballard

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The two-node scenario
This chapter describes a Q Replication implementation of the most popular topology, namely bidirectional (bidi) replication between two nodes with one node configured as a read-only node for query offloading.
While examining bidirectional replication, some significant Q Replication features are highlighted and the following ones included in the chapter topics:
Replicating tables in a mixed (Q Replication and DB2) version environment
Replicating DB2 ADD COLUMN, ALTER DATATYPE DDL statements
Using non-persistent queues ...

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