• Subject: Re: Commitment Control
  • From: Paul Tuohy <tuohyp@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Jul 1998 22:33:07 +0100



John Hall wrote:

> 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.
>

Definitely a feature you should be using. The advantages far outweigh the
disadvantages, especially when you are journaling the files anyway.

But you should be aware that CC requires a little bit more care in the
programming. When an RPG program issues a COMIT, the commit applies to the Job (
for RPG III ) or to the Activation Group ( for RPG IV ). Therefore, care needs 
to
be taken to ensure that a program does not accidently issue a COMIT for another
program in the Job/Group.

Paul Tuohy


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