I see the same issue here. Batch or interactive.
The SQLRPGLE programs have EXEC SQL CLOSE at the end of the need for the SQL run. I also added EXEC SQL RELEASE ALL

The file stay open until the job ends. For batch jobs, no issue. But for some of the interactives, that's a problem when the user is sitting on the menu with nothing running. They think they are out of the job, but the file is still open.

On October 26, 2018 at 1:06 PM Jay Vaughn <jeffersonvaughn@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

- so i have an sqlrpgle with a file NOT defined in f-specs
- declare,open,fetch cursor over file
- dow-enddo
- after enddo i have a close cursor

pgm has sql compile options:

exec sql
set option
commit = *NONE,
closqlcsr = *ENDMOD,
datfmt = *ISO;

When I run this pgm interactively it closes the file as it should.
When this job is run in existing jobstreams withing our EOD, these files
are left open.

What could be the difference that is leaving the file open?

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