• Subject: Commit in Trigger process
  • From: "Weatherly, Howard" <hweatherly@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2000 11:37:40 -0400

Title: Commit in Trigger process

We have a process that updates files on the AS/400 and when completed inserts a row into a table that initiates a trigger. The trigger program calls a DRDA program that synchronizes the mainframe data with the AS/400.

My question are:
When should the program on the AS/400 issue a commit? before inserting to the trigger table or after?
Should the trigger program issue a commit to ensure that all upstream processing is cleaned up?

The first thing the DRDA program does is:
        Exec SQL RELEASE ALL SQL End-Exec
        Exec SQL COMMIT End-Exec        
        Exec SQL DISCONNECT ALL End-Exec

Prior to this the trigger program simply gets the data from the trigger buffer and decides what DRDA program to call.


Howard Weatherly

(616)961-4324

hweatherly@dlis.dla.mil        
howard.weatherly@ctg.com

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