Bruce,

At 08:38 AM 1/14/99 -0500, you wrote:

>> 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?

>Only if the transaction is rolled back instead of commited.  Best to
define in
>the program your intention with EXEC COMMIT WORK.If the file is not
journaled, it
>won't work anyway.  If it was created by CREATE TABLE in a *real*
collection, the
>journal will be there.

 Again, this is not the behavior I experienced.  When the program was
compiled w/ CRTSQLRPG COMMIT( *CHANGE ), the updates did not occur.  After
compiling w/ COMMIT( *NONE ) it worked.

 -mark

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