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LACCESS VALUE W/UPTIMEST=N

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Article ID: 51855

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

We have the value UPTIMEST=N in our SYS1.PARMLIB(PANSYS01). With that being the case, what would cause different values in the LACCESS value versus the LMAINT value?

Solution:

Any READ attempt from PVISPF, PANTSO, or Panvalet Batch(PAN#?) jobs will update the LAST ACCESS date.

The UPTIMEST=N will prevent the update of the access date for every access of a member by the Panvalet Subsystem.

The value of N corresponds to a universal specification of the OPEN=INP parm(read-only access) used in batch jobs.

Environment

Release:
Component: C21E