That's why I had to use the checker. I also had the "Godlike" authority
on that system.
I couldn't use David's idea of a sequence since it was a third-party
software we could not modify.
More than once we had a major catastrophe since the file would get
reorged before the week-end process completed. At the end of the week,
the system would take care of it normally but between Monday and Friday
there would be over 1 million deleted records. And they wondered why at
the end of the week we were so close to killing the machine..... I
finally got management to add more disks after the machine hit 98.999
used one week! </grin>
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Wayne McAlpine
Sent: Monday, September 08, 2008 2:36 PM
Subject: Re: Prohibit RGZPFM because of RRN access.
That's another plus for adding a validity checker to a user-defined
RGZPFM command--it's independent of the authority you have.
No, Elvis, I was the guilty one. And I have Godlike authority.