I just discovered PF constraints and I am trying to figure out how to implement them. When I try to update the parent PF, I receive a CPF4328 (Member not journaled). Do PF constraints require that the files are journaled? Are there any Redbooks that cover PF constraints?
Some of the RI Constraint Update & Delete rules do require journaling - the Restrict rules do not. You can find more info in the Advanced Functions and Administration on DB2 UDB for iSeries Redbook.
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