• Subject: RE: File locked
  • From: "Medewerk(st)er" <news@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 3 Jul 1998 08:37:05 +0200

Try DSPRCDLCK or WRKOBJLCK.
The first will show you if there are records locked by a job and the second 
will tell you if there are jobs that hold locks on objects.

Ronald Heerema
news@silvac.nl


-----Original Message-----
From:   bmegenity@ruskin.com [SMTP:bmegenity@ruskin.com]
Sent:   donderdag 2 juli 1998 23:11
To:     MIDRANGE-L@MIDRANGE.COM
Subject:        File locked

How can I find out what jobs have a file locked? This happened in the   
S36EE but I am looking for the Native command to tell me this. I'm   
drawing a blank on it.

TIA      Bill Megenity

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