AGMahesh is only correct if you delete your ISPEC, do a generate (re-org will delete your table), then you recreate your ispec and do another reorg to recreate your table.
If you refer to my first posting, you will see that LINC does NOT mark the table for delete. It is marked for generate. It is the database compare phase of all generates that decides what to do with the database, and so long as the names have remained the same and attributes are the same then no net differences and no reorg.
You can quite hapily delete the isepc and recreate it and then generate and no reorg will occur.
If you do no Linc changes to the code but generate over an old database with a different structure, then you will get a reorg happen, as the structure is different.
I hope you can understand the reorg process now.
DAC phase does a DMSII DASDL compare. Reorg if changes shown.
Internal RDML table is extracted to a file. Linc generate creates an RDML.EXT file from the linc source being compiled. These are compared for differences and a reorg takes place correspondingly.
I have no first hand experience of this, so cant say but assume same as Unix.
Too long ago for me to remember.
Too long ago for me to remember and I dont think it is supported any more.
ie. Reorg has Nothing to do with the Linc marking a screen for delete etc.