On 21-May-2015 13:32 -0500, Joe Sam Shirah wrote:
<<SNIP>> The primary thing on the AS/400 is: If you actually
created your database as a collection/schema rather than a standard
library, you can pretty much go straight ahead from above. If not,
you will have to manually start commitment control for transactions.

Whether a Library (*LIB) object was created via SQL or otherwise has no bearing on the automatic or manual starting of Commitment Control. If the CREATE COLLECTION [or CREATE SCHEMA] had been used, then what is automatic vs potentially manual, is the starting of Journaling; i.e. Start Journal Physical File (STRJRNPF). However since some newer release [IBM i vs an ancient AS/400] there is the Start Journal Library (STRJRNLIB) command that can establish automatic journaling [for physical files in the same way as occurs when the QSQJRN *JRN object exists in a library]. For older releases without that STRJRNLIB command, see the QDFTJRN Data Area (DTAARA) feature to effect similar.


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