Unlock Objects in Task Tracking

When controlling changes, the concept of task tracking is based on locking objects to a task. When an object is locked by a Task ID, it cannot be allocated to another Task ID until the lock is released. Hence you can control when changes are being made.

Normal Task IDs, that are used with the Full Task-Oriented Tracking approach, support only status-based unlocking.

For the specialized Task IDs, LANSA supports two basic approaches:

Status-based Unlocking

Note: All normal tasks can use only this method of unlocking.

PC Name Unlocking

Note: If you are using an Independent System, the PC Name is not used to lock the object permanently. Refer to Task Tracking on Independent Systems.

Check-in Unlocking

When you decide to unlock objects will determine the types of controls you are able to implement.

Also See

Transfer Object Locks