Synchronous File mirroring across two different sysplexes

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I am currently redesigning a process that uses started transactions to update a file that is local to our AOR on two different sysplexes. We run into issues where if the remote file update fails we have no way of knowing (NOCHECK) on the started tran so the files get out of synch. I would like to redesign this for a couple reason 1 the started trans can cause issues in concern to max task... and 2 its just a downright stupid way to do a file update. I would like to stay away from cross-site CRUD... I'm hoping that somebody here may have an idea or something they had done where they were able to instantly mirror the two files on different sysplexes. Thanks!!

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