When I ran a SQL thru JCL and using DSNTIAUL/DSNTIB81 using PARMS(SQL), what kind of locks it puts on table in SELECT statement?

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When I ran a SQL thru JCL and using DSNTIAUL/DSNTIB81 using PARMS(SQL), what kind of locks it puts on table in SELECT statement?
ASKED: July 27, 2009  5:23 PM
UPDATED: July 27, 2009  9:51 PM

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Any SELECT statement should only acquire SHARE locks (non-exclusive). Another application should be able to read right thru them. Ensure that you are not forcing RR (repeatable read) isolation.

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