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)?
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...."
For more information on the DBUTLTY RECOVERY RECBASE DBID refer to...
CA Datacom Core - 15.1 section "15.1 New or Enhanced Features - August 15 to September 8, 2017" topic "DBUTLTY Reference"