Multiple CLP To CALL Single Program

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ILE CLP
Can multiple CLP call the same procedural program and not fail becasue of locks

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IBM Iseries 5.4

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  • CharlieBrowne

    Yes.

    The calling of the procedure is not the problem. The issue would be how the procedure is written. If it locks an object then no one else can use the object. There are different types of locks that are done. You may want to do some research on this topic. 

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  • ToddN2000
    In most cases yes. There are other things to take into consideration. Work files that get built or cleared could pose a timing issue as well as record locks on files. These may prevent your job from running properly if at all. Check out the functions of the CLP and program to see if conflicts could arise.
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