CRPence on Thursday, September 05, 2013 3:07 PM wrote:
<<SNIP>> the CPYF to DDMF does not require exclusive allocation
Please explain how the above is accurate.
If I use CPYF to copy 10,000 files, and they are all being copied
into one lib named Targetlib, then users MUST be locked out of
TargetLib from the time of the first CPYF *REPLACE until the
10,000th file is replaced, correct?
So in effect the entire TargetLib requires no users to have access
for the duration of the 10,000 CPYF executions.
Is this incorrect?
<<SNIP>> The biggest problem I see with CPYF, is that use of CPYF
will not be able to deal with isolation nor generally /transactional/
update activity; at least not without great care, where the care
taken would likely be implemented with exclusive allocation of the
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