SECURE(*YES)

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Hi, This is venkatesh.what is the meaning of SECURE(*YES)and SHARE(*YES) in OVRDBF in real time senario?
ASKED: August 1, 2008  1:25 PM
UPDATED: August 1, 2008  1:35 PM

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Hi,

SECURE(*YES) prevents other overrides from changing the attributes of the current override. SHARE(*YES) keeps one “data path” open for the file and shares this data path. There is more information in the help text on the OVRDBF command.

Regards,

Martin Gilbert.

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