AS400 JOURNALING

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Hi. I have a production system that sends journals to a developement system. On the dev system, I caused a record to be created in a file with one key field that is specified UNIQUE. Later, journals from the production system were applied and now I have a record with the same key field but the rest of the data is different? Does this make sense?
ASKED: May 3, 2006  4:37 PM
UPDATED: December 6, 2009  11:29 AM

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You did not specify which field you had set up as your unique key field, how many journal entries are being created, are journals deleted after applied?

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Yes, it makes sense. What did you expect?

<i>…journals from the production system were applied…</i>

What does that mean? Are you saying you did APYJRNCHG from a different system (production) onto your system (dev)?

You had a file on dev with some number of records, and then you “applied” a journal (whatever that means) to your file even though the journaled records were not meaningful to the file on dev. You should expect strange results.

Tom

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