Process build jobs
When a build runs in a deployment area, the search path sequence is:
The area where the build is being performed.
All areas specified in the build configuration that are at the same or a higher stage in the GSL as the as the area's stage, and which reside on the same area node.
If the build runs in a work area, and the DM_SP_START_STAGE build template symbol has a value, the search path consists of the work area, followed by all stages at the same or higher stages as DM_SP_START_STAGE, and which reside on the same area node. In both cases, the search path is in increasing stage order, although the precise order may vary within the stage.
By default, a work area is never locked and a deployment area is always locked. The BLD command qualifier [NO]LOCK_SEARCH_PATH enables you to control the locking of all areas in the search path in addition to the build area (for both deployment and work area builds).
For details about the DM_SP_START_STAGE build template symbol, see the API reference.
For details about the BLD command and the [NO]LOCK_SEARCH_PATH qualifier, see the Command-Line Reference.
A check for whether two areas are on the same system is performed in terms of the area node, irrespective if this is a physical or a logical name. The logical name defines the system on which the build is being performed.
Any deployment operation performed for a particular user session is single threaded. Two builds from two build commands issued one after the other run serially. Similarly, a deployment, followed by a build, followed by a deployment to the same area, followed by another build run serially.