Unfortunately, if the profile doing the RGZPFM has the correct authority,
there's no jumping through hoops involved whatsoever, and then you and/or
the powers that be, are suddenly wondering why something that was working
yesterday no longer is working.



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midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 09/08/2008 03:29:05 PM:

Well, if they try to reorg the file to free up that nice space, and they
have to jump through hoops to do so, then at least they'll know the
ramifications. And hopefully deal with them instead of just reorging the

file.

Rob Berendt
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because of RRN access.






Hi Rob
The first question I am asking is, why is the RRN being used to routinely
access a file?
I'm not saying you shouldn't, but RGZPFM will make available the space
associated with deleted records.



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midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 09/08/2008 02:14:11 PM:

If one routinely access a file by RRN is there a way to CHGPF or some
such
thing to prohibit RGZPFM against that particular file?

Rob Berendt
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