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Posted by: George Fuste
IBM i developer
Jacksonville, FL
Ending Commitment control
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Published: 30 Aug 2012
Revised: 23 Jan 2013 - 2246 days ago
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Ending Commitment control Published by: George Fuste on 30 Aug 2012 view comments(3)

I'm curious about ending commitment control.  A co-worker tells me you must do an ENDCMTCTL after a COMMIT to release any locks from the commitment control.

I understand that once a COMMIT is issued, the records are posted to the database and any READ/UPDATE locks are released.  Am I correct?



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