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  • IFSTOOL - Release dated March 3, 2015

    When running command IFSTOOL/MONIFS and an IFS event takes place (like the creation of a new object) a record documenting the event is added to file IFSTOOLDTA/MONIFS.
    If you have added a trigger program to file IFSTOOLDTA/MONIFS, then your trigger program gets in control of the data recorded for this IFS event.

    This release features a new parameter on command IFSTOOL/MONIFS (Monitor IFS events).
    This parameter is named LOCKWAIT and allows two values, *YES or *NO .
    Now, if you run command IFSTOOL/MONIFS LOCKWAIT(*YES), your trigger program gets control as soon as locks on the IFS object are ended.

    Example.
    Assume that you are running command IFSTOOL/MONIFS and at a given moment a file is uploaded to the IFS.
    - If LOCKWAIT(*NO), your trigger program gets in control as soon as the upload starts (when the IFS object is opened for output and locked)
    - If LOCKWAIT(*YES), your trigger program receives control as soon as the upload completes (when the IFS object is unlocked from the output operation).

    For a detail description of this utility, see page http://www.easy400.net/ifstool/html/ifstool.htm#C3 .

    Giovanni B. Perotti
    IFSTOOL utility author

    www.easy400.net
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