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How many DBUTLTY RECOVERY RECBASE statements can be coded in a single execution and may some or any of multiple RECBASE statements use the 'range' version of the DBID parameter (i.e., DBID=nnnn-mmmm)?
Release: Component: DB
DBUTLTY RECOVERY statement RECBASE is "unlimited" which means one can have 5000 RECBASE statements, one per DBID since Datacom is limited to 5000 DBIDs per Datacom Multi-User (MUF) instance.
RANGEs can also be coded on the RECBASE statements.
This enhancement was provided by DB 15.1 PTF RO97700 (corrected by RO99352 module DBUT4PR)
From PTF RO97700: "...2. Allow either a single DBID or range of DBIDs to be specified for the DBID keyword on the RECBASE command when running the DBUTLTY RECOVERY function...."