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Enforcing Incompatibility Rules

Concurrent managers read requests to start concurrent programs running. The Conflict Resolution Manager checks concurrent program definitions for incompatibility rules.

If a program is identified as Run Alone, then the Conflict Resolution Manager prevents the concurrent managers from starting other programs in the same conflict domain.

When a program lists other programs as being incompatible with it, the Conflict Resolution Manager prevents the program from starting until any incompatible programs in the same domain have completed running.

The figure below illustrates the role of the Conflict Resolution Manager when enforcing program incompatibility rules.

Figure 1 - 7.

See Also

Overview of Concurrent Programs and Requests

Logical Databases

Defining Data Groups

Copying and Modifying Program Definitions

Modifying an Incompatible Programs list

Concurrent Programs

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