What is tcVISION?

Why has tcVISION been developed?

Why should a corporation use tcVISION?

What methods are provided to capture the changed data?

Which file organizations are supported to capture the changed data?

Are Logical Units of Work (LUW) supported?

Which systems can I use as a target for my changed data?

Are special software components required for the individual target (e.g. SQL components) if changes are to be applied to mainframe files or databases?

Is it possible to maintain and process the changed data before it is implemented into the target system?

Are any modifications to the operating system required during the installation, or is it necessary to IPL the system?

How does tcVISION determine which resources should be controlled to capture the changed data?

How do I inform tcVISION about what the changed data looks like and which information in this data is of relevance for the propagation process?

How can I prevent duplicate updates in a bidirectional environment which might happen when changes have been applied in the target system and are then captured and propagated to the originating system?

Does tcVISION provide any tools to obtain and retrieve detailed information about current processes and processes that have already been completed?

Can I use tcVISION to perform an initial load of a new database?

Does tcVISION contain tools to design and create new databases based on the structures of the existing data structures?

The changed data and the data that should be bulk-loaded must be converted and normalized for the target system. Does that cause a severe performance impact on the mainframe?

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