Re:Re: [IDMSVENDOR-L] Access to Lock Data Used in PMRM?

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Mar 10, 2010
For completeness' sake: the implicit locks placed by default are NOTIFY lo=
nd will not and cannot cause a deadlock or stall condition. Unless the co=
omewhere does a KEEP... LONGTERM all potentially problematic locks will be=
eleased at the end of the task. I believe Linda has already spoken to thi=
Anyway; a brute force approach would be to automate a series of DCMT displ=
ays (D=20
C TA, D RU, D CV, etc) to run every minute or so on a PC using a tool that=
ubmit them every minute or so and record the output (e.g., something like=
inrunner/Loadrunner). You might be able to correlate the stalls with what=
unning at the time they occur.
The other, uglier possibility is to use JREPORT8 to fish around in the jou=
ooking for signs of a run-unit modifying the DBKEY your rununit stalled on=
Don Casey
rincipal Consultant
un Right, LLC