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Based my experiences with CODE, it looks like a communications failure
causes the client to lose track of the server job holding the member lock.
The server job doesn't know any better so it maintains the locks (which is
probably good).  The connection is reestablished but the client appears to
"forget" which job holds the lock, so your save is rejected because it
doesn't know which server job has the member locked.

Client-server design is completely foreign to me.  Nonetheless, this appears
to be a very poor implementation of a critical system function.  I don't
think anybody can disagree that the communications environment (TCP/IP) is
the weak link in every system; this is where we need robust, tolerant code.
Working over a WAN, I face this problem a couple of times a day with both
CODE and WDSCi; it drives me crazy.


-----Original Message-----
From: wdsci-l-admin@midrange.com [mailto:wdsci-l-admin@midrange.com]On
Behalf Of sublime78ska
Sent: Saturday, November 16, 2002 9:13 PM
To: wdsci-l@midrange.com
Subject: [WDSCI-L] The member is locked by job QRWTSRVR

"Member MYLIB/QRPGLESRC(MYPGM) can not be saved on  The member
is locked by job QRWTSRVR"

I am getting this error message when saving but when I look at the source
member on the as400, it has been saved !  I did it a few times in a row, and
each time the member was saved correctly on the as400 inspite of the
message.  The member is locked, that's true, but that it can not be saved is
apparently not true.

I think I know what happens which causes this:  I connect via VPN.  The VPN
session drops periodically and reconnects.  Once that happens, I start to
get these messages.

Are there any nice ways of restarting WSDc without rebooting my PC?  I tried
ending all the EVF* jobs but it didn't help.  Something along the lines of
codeedit /CM EXIT would be nice !


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