• Subject: Commitment Control
  • From: John Hall <jhall@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 13 Jul 1998 08:47:23 -0400
  • Organization: Home Sales Co.

We are in the midst of doing some conversions to old software.  One of
the programmer/consultants we brought in is arguing against setting up
commitment control.  I feel that it is a feature we should be using. 

He feels that there may be too much overhead on the system.  We are
going to enable journaling on all these files anyway. 

We are on a Model 170 2164.  We just moved from an F10 so we can afford
some overhead in processing time.

What is the general feeling on this ?  If we are posting a batch of 500
records should we commit on every record, every 10th record or after the
entire batch ?

I think it may be a case of lack of knowlege on his part but I would
like some other opinions.


John L. Hall
Home Sales Co.
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