Since the resource rule TYPE is locally resident the IDMS region needs to be
re-cycled to pickup and rule changes.
If the resource rule TYPE is locally resident rather than globally resident
the IDMS region needs to be re-cycled before the rule change can be picked up.
If the resource rule TYPE is made globally resident in the GSO INFODIR any rule
changes can be activated by issuing the 'F ACF2,REBUILD(xxx)' console
command(where xxx is the Resource TYPE code).
Storage utilization is improved when common rules are made globally resident.
For example, when 100 users access the same resource, 100 copies of that rule
are in LSQA unless the rule is made resident.
Details on the GSO INFODIR can be found in section 'Infostorage Rule Directories (INFODIR)'.