COBOL Commit

>COMMIT in COBOL, ILE COBOL
The COMMIT in COBOL statement provides a way of synchronizing changes to data base records while preventing other jobs from modifying those records until the COBOL COMMIT is performed.

>COBOL COMMIT Statement
When the COBOL COMMIT statement is executed, all changes made to files under commitment control since the previous commitment boundary are made permanent.

>COBOL COMMIT Statement, HP COBOL II/XL
The COMMIT in COBOL statement ends your database transaction, makes permanent all changes made to the database since the last quiet point, and establishes a new quiet point for this run unit.

>COBOL COMMIT Statement
The COBOL COMMIT statement releases all record locks in all files held by this run unit. For COBOL systems that support the WITH...ROLLBACK clause of the SELECT statement as other than documentary, COBOL COMMIT indicates the end of the current transaction and makes the effects of that transaction permanent.

>Diagram of COBOL COMMIT Verb
Provides a diagram for the COBOL COMMIT syntax.

 

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