Monthly Archives: January 2013

Jan 30

Boris the Landrover – his crank sensor makes no sense

Life

Crank Sensor didn’t fix anything ๐Ÿ™ However, on my life mission of looking on the bright side, it did work for nearly eight weeks straight. Before refusing to start while parked outside a client office in San Francisco, which is only really a minor embarrassment. I suppose it could have happened half way across the […]

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Jan 24

Rich Beyond my Wildest Dreams thanks to Rev Dr. David Anderson

IBM i

I got an email this morning telling me that I have somehow, miraculously, out of nowhere inherited over ten million dollars. Yahooo! I’m rich beyond my wildest dreams. All I have to do is email my personal information, my bank account details and my drivers license information to The Very Reverend Doctor David Anderson in […]

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Jan 18

Commitment Control on the old AS400 and iSeries machines

AS400 , iSeries

another snippet from an old document I found in a dim dark and hazy corner of an even older HDD… rather than let it disintegrate, here it is migrating to the web just in the (extreme) off chance that it may be useful to someone out there. Hey.. if YOU are reading this then its done its job  ๐Ÿ˜‰

 

Commitment control lets you define and process a number of changes to database files in a single unit (transaction). Commitment control can ensure that complex application transactions are logically synchronized, even if the job or system ends. Two-phase commitment control ensures that committable resources, such as database files on multiple systems, remain synchronized.

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