Thanks Barbara.

Unfortunately, all of the files are open with file locks.

COYPOF
INP57L04
ACSUMMAR
OEP56L01
INP40L01
OEP55A
OEP40A
ORDLNORD
ORDHDORD
PARTS
CUSNAMES
STKBAL -> Several More, Too Many to List

All of them. Including AO002FT, AO011FT, AO023FT.

It is like the *INLR is never being turned on in AO002, AO011 and AO023.

This is after you get back to the intial order screen and hitting an F3 to get completely out.

In JBA, I see the files open and all of them are closed on the F3.



Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2011 13:18:37 -0500
From: bbyrne@xxxxxxxxxxx
To: system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [SYSTEM21] Aurora - Advanced Orders - Record Locks

we went on Aurora Aug 2009 and did have a locking problem.
A change was made to AO005
2 lines added
Else
UnLock OEPWBL00

right after line
Update OERWB


______________________


Thanks

Barbara Byrne

IT Manager
Greatex Mills Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From: system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Suzanne Selvey
Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2011 11:35 AM
To: system21@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [SYSTEM21] Aurora - Advanced Orders - Record Locks


We are currently in the middle of upgrading to Aurora.
Infor has said that they are not familiar with this issue and have been
unable to provide immediate assistance.

Has anyone else run into this issue with Advanced Order Entry/Amend?

The Aurora code has been converted to RPGLE and now runs under the
AULSTD activation group.

The initial driver program AO001CLP overrides the commonly used
databases and leaves the data paths open to improve file processing
between the multiple AO programs.
For example:
OVRDBF FILE(PARTS) SECURE(*YES) OVRSCOPE(*CALLLVL) SHARE(*YES)
OPNDBF FILE(PARTS) OPTION(*ALL)

The *INLR is still parameterized in the AO RPGLE programs, as it was in
JBA. I did see a specific line of code to turn on *INLR only in AO001.

The problem is....

When completing the Order normally, either through Entry or Amend the
files are left open and records are locked.

I have put several programs through debug and saw AO001CLP close each
file and run the Reclaim Resource Command.

But the files are actually still open and locking records, so that Order
Allocation, etc. blow up on record locks.
We can't have the users sign off and back on every time they put in an
order.

The system programs XA000CL, etc. programs are running in AULAM
activation group.
It appears that all of the AO programs are running in the AULSTD
activation group.
I noticed that some of the service programs/modules???? are running in
*DFTACTGRP. Could this be causing the problem?

AO005 QUAMODSP4 AULSTD
QRNXIO QSYS AULSTD
QWSGET QSYS *DFTACTGRP
QT3REQIO QSYS *DFTACTGRP


I am not sure if it is an issue with the *INLR parameters or an issue
related to using activation groups.

I tried using the Reclaim Activation Group command in AO001CLP, but it
just dumped all over the place.

Has anyone else run into this is with Aurora?
How do the *INLR parameters get turned on in AO005, AO009, AO013, etc?

Any suggestions???

Thanks,
Suzanne Selvey
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