The FairCom DB Server writes a warning message to the CTSTATUS.FCS file if it detects a file that is not under transaction control and does not have WRITETHRU defined. This warning is to notify the developer that the file is being maintained in a vulnerable mode. Because of the overhead of writing this message to the log, and because FairCom does allow this “dangerous-cached-buffered-type” mode, the warning message is only issued once, for the first file detected. In other words, it simply tells the developer that there was “at-least-one” vulnerable file.
To help developers detect the file names for all vulnerable files, this keyword has been added. By placing this keyword in your ctsrvr.cfg, all file names will be listed in the CTSTATUS.FCS file.