Batch being edited by another user

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A batch is being edited by another user. How can I stop him from doing that?
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This to me sounds like and applicaiton error. Kinda like a user is trying to gain access to a cash batch but it is locked by another user. However really you could be talking about a batch job, or something else. I would need additional information as well before I could reply.

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  • carlosdl
    Sorry, but we have no way to know unless you provide much more details.
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  • ToddN2000
    IF you are getting a message stating the batch is in use, then it is by the design of the application to maintain data integrity or the OS which is locking the object to prevent the same thing. What type of batch are we talking about?
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  • bfoley
    I have been receiving this message on a remittance processing batch for an extended period of time. My payables manager was able to print the checks, but they are all in a work status, and can not be posted, are not reflected on my check register, or in the bank account. 
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  • ToddN2000
    What system are you running on? If you are on an AS/400 or i-Series have you looked for job or object locks that may not be releasing?
    We have a few processes from web services that were locking files even after the job was done. We had to add Pooling=False to the connection string to solve the issue.
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