Synon: Record Changed Error Message with no changes

5 pts.
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AS/400
AS/400 errors
EDTFIL
Synon 2E
In Synon 2E: I am getting an error in an EDTFIL telling me "Update not accepted - record has been changed by another user ... " but no previous change has been made. New file and in dev only so I know no changes have been made. Can someone tell me what I have missed?

Software/Hardware used:
Synon 2E, AS400

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What 2e does it updates a before image data structure then release the record lock. When the program is ready to do the update it retrieves the record again and compares it tot he before image to make sure no one else has change the record. It sound like on the retrieve prior to update it thinks the data has changed. I would place the program in debug right before it starts it updating.

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  • Yorkshireman
    Trust the force. Unless you have injected code of your own, the 2e function is telling you the truth. Put a journal on the file and see who made the change. If you added code to the function, comment it out until you find where it works, and then correct your code. If you are genereting to ILE (and you should be) then you can run the funciton in debug mode directly from the list you are using to edit it from. This is so quick to do it's like real programming.
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  • Lbuser
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