On Sep 22, 2022, at 9:55 AM, Jack Prucha <Jack.Prucha@xxxxxxx> wrote:
We have been using for years the F-Spec Commit keyword to conditionally set on or off commitment control. In some cases a web process using commitment control executes programs via a stored procedure which passes a '1' in a parameter list to turn on commitment control. Green screen programs not using commitment control call the same program with that parameter set to '0'. The called program opens the files with commitment control turned on or off.
Now, we have a new RPG program using embedded SQL Insert and Update. Is there some straightforward way to set commitment control on or off at execution time?
NCSP529 Programming Team Supervisor
College Foundation, Inc.
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