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  • INTERVIEW QUESTIONS MAINFRAME DB2 DETAILS
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    What is severity one error in production support?


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    The Severity error in production support means the Job abended and sucessor jobs are holding the because of this job.(This is related to batch not for onlines)



    Severity One in production meant, the job may have dependencies or not, but the abend has very serious or high impact on the business functionality or the business process, and it should be resolved ASAP (less than 4 hrs or so...) Time frame will vary from organisation to organisation.



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