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Re: Decimal Data Error


  • Subject: Re: Decimal Data Error
  • From: Kyle Schulz <pablo1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 03 Feb 1998 15:21:35 -0600
  • Organization: Aurora Computer Systems, Inc.

fixed

Is the database S/36 or S/38?
I heard that ILE at Those old system databases don't work together very well.
The problem was a bunch of decimal data errors.

KMS

Kathleen Kostuck wrote:

> It sounds as though your array is not being initialized prior to use.  Is
> that possible? Have you run the program through the debugger?
>
> The fact that you recompiled to ILE might be distracting you from the real
> problem? Happens to me :^)
>
> Kathleen Kostuck
>
> ----------
> > From: Robert Sileo <bmis06@MARYWOOD1.MARYWOOD.EDU>
> > To: 'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
> > Subject: Decimal Data Error
> > Date: Tuesday, February 03, 1998 3:18 AM
> >
> > We are having a problem that I hope someone can help us with.  I have a
> > program that uses numeric arrays and an externally defined data
> structure.
> >  The program always worked before however since recompiling it under ILE,
> I
> > am getting decimal data errors.  We are running V3R2 cum level C7322.  We
>
> > have loaded all the PTF's that IBM tells us could help us with this
> problem
> > and read the infamous Appendix B.  The only solution that appears to work
>
> > is to compile w/ FIXNBR(*ZONED)...  The old Ignore Decimal Data Error
> > trick.  We feel this is not a clean solution, just a "dirty" work
> > around....  Anyone else hit this type of problem and your solution(s)
> would
> > be greatly appreciated....
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Bob Sileo
> > Sr. Programmer Analyst
> > Marywood University
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