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Implicit database commit

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I am using JOB_OPEN, JOB_SUBMIT, JOB_CLOSE FM(s) to schedule a background job. Requirement is to rollback the work (updates on database done before job submission) based on status of background job(rollback when job cancelled). But each of above 3 FM(s) process with COMMIT WORK, hence rolling back won't do good after job submission. Statment SUBMIT ~ AND RETURN can not be used as job logs are required for reference.

Is there any way to achieve the requirement or defer a implicit database commit ?

Message was edited by: Umesh Kushwah


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Hi umesh,

1. each of above 3 FM(s) process with COMMIT WORK,

I don't commit work

is required for any of the above


2. We simply have to use these 3 FMs,

and the job will get scheduled for background.


amit m.