we've got a plug-in for RDPower and we invoke the ScreenDesigner/Report
Designer from our code. We do this by using this sort of code:

//get a handle on the source member
QSYSEditableRemoteSourceFileMember qsysFile = ....

// open the Designer
if (designScreen) {
false, new NullProgressMonitor());
} else {
false, new NullProgressMonitor());

This works great to get the Designer to open up. However, after saving the
source changes and closing the Designer, the Designer leaves
member locks behind. Is there a way to get rid of these locks
programmatically? Or should we invoke the Designer in a different way?


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