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  • AS/400 Triggers: Batch programs don’t write to trigger file

    I have some triggers set up on our AS/400. A record gets written to a physical file each time one of the triggered files has an add, update or delete performed against it. The problem is that we have a few batch programs that do not write to the trigger file when run (and update and addes are being...

    JenniferK15 pointsBadges:
  • Trigger Perormance Issues when Journalling Started

    I have an external trigger program (RPGIV) that is added to about 50 files. Its task is to store record images upon insert, delete, update in any of the 50 files. It stores the images in another file (the monitor file) which also contains an identity field (generated always as identity). All files,...

    FrankWM110 pointsBadges:
  • Database Update database

    I will whole database all tables, procedures, triggers, functions defination in one file. i want to use that file to upgrade another database. is it possible ?

    Shrirama25 pointsBadges:
  • remove a trigger file record lock

    I have a CLLE trigger program that is trying to set a job environment. I am manipulating the LIBL on the fly based on the location of the order and if it's TEST or LIVE. I get the info from the trigger input parms which has the order#, location, TEST or LIVE, order# and order status which is blank...

    ToddN20009,700 pointsBadges:
  • Trigger errors

    Why is my trigger program failing? It's a CL program and it appears it is not even getting to the early part of the program where I have a halt to check job attributes. I created a physical file on our iSeries and added a trigger using the following command. ADDPFTRG FILE(EXTRANET/WCTLH)...

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  • Working TRIGGER and TRANSACTIONS QUESTION

    Hello all, My company purchased an operations software (called [strong]darwin[/strong]) that works with SQL 2005 Server. I need to extract some data and save it in my Own Database, which is located in the same SQL Server. On the darwin software there is a screen that updates a field X in a table,...

    LUISCGG5 pointsBadges:
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