Missing Entry Specific Data in Journal Entries for database delete (RDL) operations

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Hello, I am encountering a sitation which I can find a answer for. I noticed that some of the journal entries that get created for files in our applications, do not include any entry specific data. I was able to find a reason for this. It isnt because they are old programs or OPM programs or reuse deleted records is *NO. I cannot even narrow it down to a particular program or file, although it *seems* like all the records for particular files do not include entry specific information. I looked at the files and didn't see any attributes that might explain it. I looked at the online help and the IBM iseries web site and could not find any helpful info. Has anyone ever noticed this or does anyone know why some files have entry specific data and some do not ?? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you Ralph A. Borriello ralph.borriello@trump.com

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Hi, Ralph

By any change are you only journaling IMAGES(*AFTER) rather than IMAGES(*BOTH) for the files with no ESD for deleted records? That would explain the difference across files.

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  • TomLiotta
    To clarify Bruce's response, journaling only *AFTER images means that DELETE operations have no data in the entry-specific data -- the *AFTER image of a DELETE is... empty. Tom
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