Automatic crossed updates checking is not working correctly in V11.0 with C OAMs

Date:22 March 2006
Product/Release:LANSA V11.0 using C OAMs (RDMLX)
Abstract:Automatic crossed updates checking is not working correctly in V11.0 with C OAMs
Submitted By:LANSA Technical Support

Description:

Automatic crossed updates checking is not working correctly at any EPC level of V11.0 due to a defect when generating the C OAMs. This defect affects any V11.0 application that uses C OAMs. Applications that will be affected are:

  • LANSA applications running in Windows against a local Windows database
  • LANSA applications running in superserver mode to Windows database
  • LANSA applications running in superserver mode to an iSeries RDMLX partition
  • WAM applications
  • RDMLX applications on iSeries (including Webevent)

Automatic crossed updates checking is working correctly in LANSA for iSeries on all EPC levels of V11.0 when using RPG I/O modules (non RDMLX).

Depending on the application design and usage of Automatic crossed updates checking, this problem has the potential to cause unreliable application behaviour when 2 or more users attempt to update the same record.

Solution:

  • A patch is available to correct this issue.
  • The version of the fix you apply depends on your current EPC level.
  • The fix is applicable for ALL customers at all EPC levels of V11.0 running applications with C OAMs.
  • The fix will be shipped in V11.3 (CU3).

Download the correct patch below, depending on the EPC level of your development environment where you generate the C OAMs. After applying the patch to the development environment, all C OAMs must be regenerated and promoted to production applications.

EPC751 Download and apply EPC751-060323 patch using the instructions in the EPC751-060323.zip file, recompile C OAMs and redistribute to production applications

EPC759 Download and apply EPC759-060323 patch using the instructions in the EPC759-060323.zip file, recompile C OAMs and redistribute to production applications

EPC761/EPC762/EPC765 Download and apply EPC765-060322 patch using the instructions in the EPC765-060322.zip file, recompile C OAMs and redistribute to production applications