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The New Nav that was released in the fall of 2021 provides a single pane of glass for each of our managed partitions and seems quite promising. What would make this new navigator more promising and will allow us to abandon older versions is being able to view all SYSTEM OPERATOR messages from one location for each of our managed partitions. We are still using the old windows client version, System i Navigator, specifically because we can pop out a window of system operator messages from each managed partition and view all QSYSOPR message queues simultaneously, from one screen. The intermediate, web-based IBM Navigator for i did not meet our requirements of a one screen solution and therefore we did not implement it for standard use.
This is such a promising navigator to work with and we would most certainly be able to adopt it wholeheartedly if we could view all system messages in one location. Otherwise, we would still feel compelled to use the older version specifically for monitoring messages across our whole environment.
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