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I don't know if there are any IDMS ADS programmers still out there but if there are, could someone decipher the message below: I'm trying to ready a area for update and it is telling me that it is waiting on LTXNLOCK and DRIVER PROG:RHDCRUSD HOLDS LTXNLOCK; if anyone has any input it would be appreciated. More info below:

00FF08 STATUS=0000 BIND SUBSCHEMA-->IDMSSECU
00FF08 STATUS=0000 READY AREA PROT UPDATE . AREA-> DDLSEC
TASK:CIT00A01 PROG:HBG02DPW WAITING FOR LTXNLOCK 00008008 00
TXNID:344134 PROG:HBG02DPW SUBSCHEMA:IDMSSECU MODE:UIX
TSKID:5 TASK:DRIVER PROG:RHDCRUSD HOLDS LTXNLOCK 00008008 00
TXNID:248741 PROG:RHDCRUAL SUBSCHEMA:IDMSSECU MODE:IX
TASK:ADS2 PROG:ADSOMAIN(HBG02DPW) STALLED WAITING FOR LTXNLOCK
TASK:ADS2 PROG:ADSOMAIN ABENDED WITH CODE D002
S SIGNED OFF UCFLQ001 AT 10:42:44.15 15.273

RE: IDMS - ADS

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I have another IDMS question: I'm trying to utilize IDMSIN01 which is to that's used to return dates, start & stop TRACE etc. Well it wont allow me to create attributes for user profile records. Does anyone know how create access is granted in OCF? Or does anyone know where extensive documentation is for utility IDMSIN01? THANKS!

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