A trigger is not a bad idea...

While there will be overhead for the trigger call, there would be no extra
I/O.

Make sure that you use a before update trigger that modifies the value in
the after buffer instead of trying to re-read the record explicitly.

You'll also need ALWREPCHG(*YES) on the tigger.

Charles


On Fri, May 30, 2014 at 11:15 AM, Jeff Young <jyoung0950@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

All,
I have a file that I want to monitor for a change to a specific field.
If this field becomes negative, I want to set it to zero.

The file is updated by many programs and is my inventory master, so there
are a large number of transactions all day.

Is a trigger the best way to do this?
If not, what would be the best method with the least impact on performance?
If so, what is the impact on performance?


The system is at release V7R1M0 L00 TL12115


Jeff Young
Sr. Programmer Analyst
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