Hello Jeff,

You wrote:
>        CVCM002     CVTILERPG   0000013500
>        QLIDLOBJ    QSYS                            02A5
>        QDBDLTFI    QSYS                            000C
>        QCMDEXC     QSYS                            0105
>        QWCDLYJB    QSYS                            0030

CVCM002     CVTILERPG   USER - ILE CL program
QLIDLOBJ    QSYS        IBM - Librarian - Delete Object (CPP for the 
majority of DLTxxx commands)
QDBDLTFI    QSYS        IBM - Database - Delete File
QCMDEXC     QSYS        IBM - Command execution
QWCDLYJB    QSYS        IBM - Work Management - CPP for DLYJOB

An ILE CL program is issuing some form of delete command.  The generic 
delete object program is invoking a specific object deletion handler which 
is then waiting for a resource to become available. It is probably using 
DLYJOB to avoid a LCKW timeout.

If the CLLE program is one of yours then examine the code at line 13500 to 
see what file is being deleted.  That may give you a clue as to why the 
resource is not available.

Given that the library of the program invoking the delete function is 
called CVTILERPG I wonder if this is someone's poxy RPG IV conversion 
program doing stupid things?

Simon Coulter.

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