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5.4.1 What Happens When Task Tracking Is Active?

When Task Tracking has been activated for a partition, all development work within LANSA will be monitored. When an object is selected (to create, compile, change, delete or review), Task Tracking will execute the following procedures every time:

1.  After the user has selected an object to work with and the normal LANSA object security checks have allowed work to commence, it makes sure that:

2.  After the user has completed work on the selected object, task tracking makes sure that:

3.  If work has completed successfully for the object, LANSA database files are updated with the object changes and the Task Tracking database files are updated with the details of the events that have taken place.

Note: The Task Id locked to an object can be displayed/hidden using a function key.