The forceunlockrecord statement immediately unlocks the current record.


No parameters.


This statement immediately unlocks the current record. You should only use this statement if a client has locked this record and disconnected from the network or crashed. Make sure that you know that it is the disconnected client that locked this record. If another client that is still running is the one who locked this record, they will be unlocked behind their back. They will get an error message when they try to unlock the record, and their changes will not be saved. This makes most users very unhappy, so be very careful before using this command.


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10.2No ChangeCarried over from Panorama 6.