> 2)  If the program is not under commitment control but the program is
> compiled with the default COMMIT( *CHANGE ), should this affect
> the results
> of the update?
>
>

I believe the delete will not occur unless you explicitly 'Commit' in the
SQL. If you do not need Commitment Control, the best way to avoid having to
create a journal, etc., or continuously set the COMMIT parameter on the
CRTRPG, is to simply append 'WITH NC' to the DECLARE, DELETE, INSERT, or
UPDATE statement. This also makes it clearer to future programmers what your
intentions were.

HTH

Chris Jewell
mailto://jewellcj@jewellconsult.com

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