I have run ANZOBJCVN many times, and have never had object locking issues.
Essentially what it does is a lot of DSPxxx functions. Admittedly on the
elegant scale from 1 to 10, it's about a negative 2 and the command
defaults are all wrong. They should have gone back to the tools we had for
CISC-to-RISC. Those of us that were alpha testers for V3R6 wrote up many
pages of recommendations to improve that process, and they were all
apparently thrown away:-(((((((

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I have run it on a bunch of different systems, and I have never had a lock
up or any object locks what do ever.

Pete

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Hi All,



Ran ANZOBJCVN in batch in "collection" mode on our production box (V5R4)
this morning, and a couple of our applications gacked on object locks!
I'm unable to find anything in the archives or the Red Paper that says
the command must be run in a restricted state. Anyone else have the
same issue? Am I doing something wrong?



Randy



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