Hi experts: AS400 + Hibernate

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Hi experts, Does Hibernate require AFTER and BOTH the Images of Journalling (Journalled files). Please let us know. Or After image alone is enough for Hibernate? AFTER or BOTH images is better to use for database? Thanks , Amutha

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  • TomLiotta
    Hibernate is an application, so you need to ask the application developers how their product works. Ask on one of the BonitaSoft forums to see if an answer is available. Hibernate should set journalling to work as it needs to work when it's installed. -- Tom
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  • As400pgmmer
    Hi TomLiotta, Hibernate can be used with or without journalling with DB2/400 as database. Our case is with journalling, Does it requires  AFTER or BOTH images when we do STRJRNPF for the file.Since BOTH images is costly with respect to database.Can AFTER image alone is enough when we use Hibernate? Thanks, Amutha
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  • TomLiotta
    If Hibernate doesn't use journalling, then you can set it up any way you want. If Hibernate doesn't use it, then it doesn't "require" any setting at all. I'd certainly set it up for BOTH, but it's your choice. -- Tom
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  • As400pgmmer
    From Hibernate, if we need to access AS400 database we need to make a connection everytime without journalling.This approach is not recommandable.So we are going for journalling the Tables.Other than data restorage,Memory constraint do we have any properties for AFTER/BOTH in STRJRNPF command with respect to any front end application especially Hibernate? Thanks and Regards, Amutha
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  • TomLiotta
    ...we need to make a connection everytime without journalling. If it needs to be without journalling, then why ask about journalling? Don't start it.   ...Memory constraint...   There shouldn't be any significant memory constraints related to journalling. (I assume that you mean DASD constraints, and not memory.) The only reason there would be any DASD problems would be if you are too close to running out of DASD space and you aren't managing your journal receivers.   If that's true, then you shouldn't put the Hibernate database on your AS/400.     Tom
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