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How to use commitment control in SYNON?

Post  maran on Sat Oct 09, 2010 5:40 pm

Commitment control can be implemented by specifying our option in function options. There are three options available viz.

1. MASTER - By choosing this option the program will run under commitment control. This program will contain appropriate commit points which will be defined in the SYNON supplied program Y2BGCTL

2. SLAVE - The program will run under commitment control. No automatic start or commit points are included. Commit points can be added using commit built-in function

3. NONE - The program does not run under commitment control. Hence, there are no commit points.

Note: Physical files running under commitment control must be journalized
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Master Slave concept in SYNON 2E..

Post  SubbaRaju on Tue Jul 02, 2013 2:26 am

Hi. I want to know more in detail about master slave concept in commitment control?
Could you please explain with an example? Thanks in Advance..Smile

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