Everything was OK, but recently we noticed that QZDASOINIT jobs are remaining active (with several locks) in the...
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QUSRWRK subs, despite the connections being closed.
I've done some investigation and found out that the pooling property could have something to do with this.
Pooling = true gives us the current scenario; pooling = false gives us the desired scenario, as the QZDASOINIT jobs are terminated once the browser closes, but all the connections are extremely slow.
What we want is this scenario:
Each connection to iSeries creates an QZDASOINIT job and terminates it when is not needed anymore, but the connection is as fast as if we had pooling = true.
Is there any way to do this via .net code, connectionstring, or iSeries configuration?
Good luck with it.
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