On Thursday 10 November 2005 15:59, Jose Luis Calvo wrote:
> May be this is related with the number of cursors that remains opened
> in the de QZDASOINIT job. The OS/400 does not close (hard close) the
> cursor that you close, really it does a soft close and retain the
> cursor open for reuse.
>
> You can control this behavior with the parameters
> OPEN_CURSOR_THRESHOLD and OPEN_CURSORCLOSE_COUNT in a QAQQINI file.

We just saw something related to that, only it was causing object locks 
that we couldn't figure out.  IBM suggested that it was from these 
"pseudo-cursors" and had us remove the locks with this command:

ALCOBJ OBJ((libraryname/filename *FILE *EXCL)) CONFLICT(*RQSRLS)

Apparently they were harmless.


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