In what order should objects be saved and restored in an IBM i infrastructure? How are conflicts analyzed and resolved and can the findings be used to prevent conflicts?
- Visualization of the actual situation
- Definition of an individual solution strategy
- Utilization to prevent backup problems
Two-level sorting of dependent objects.
The messages are analyzed on the basis of detailed message definitions (*MSGD) from message files (*MSGF) with reference to a current system environment.
Knowledge of messages and their parameters is required in order to create further analyses of logs, journals and communication in the system and to derive conclusions and instructions for actions from these, in which the meaning of the parameters is recognized and used correctly.
Make the benefits of messages in the IBM i system more accessible::
- Analysis of all messages and their definitions with all available attributes
- Defining the Reference of Message Parameters to Objects and Commands in the System
- Simplify message usage for developers and administrators
Find and analyze your IBM i messages using a semantic search for complex contexts.
An analysis of the commands (*CMD) of the IBM i infrastructure is required in order to analyze the relationships in the system and to automatically formulate new instructions for action with current parameters on the basis of messages from the system. Individual aspects of a specific system configuration are recognized and applied.
Analyse and use not only the documented standard, but also the current state of an IBM i infrastructure with operating system and applications:
- Find appropriate commands based on complex criteria
- Identify relationships between commands
- Using commands correctly in context
- Using the attributes of commands and error messages as references
Find and analyze the commands of your IBM i using a semantic search for complex relationships.
The Semantic Data Store is based on the definition of ontologies on selected topics to provide classes, their attributes and relationships for analysis.
The Semantic Data Store stores the ontologies and the data, allowing the relationships and attributes to be visualized in a comprehensible manner for creating queries.
- Query ontologies, classes, relationships and attributes
Classes, attributes and their relationships can be used efficiently via an interactive representation of an ontology.