First, do you know everything that you think was supposed to be restored
was? Are you using RSTOBJ or RSTLIB? Could they also have objects on their
version that are not on yours, and if you are restoring objects into their
library, and not deleting the old ones, they will still be there. I have
seen this happen from a few vendors.
Did you get a copy of their report?
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Rich Loeber
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 2:56 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: ANZOBJCVN and V6
I have a customer getting ready for a V6 upgrade. They requested a
refresh of a utility package of ours. The utility has been around for a
while and has objects compiled under V3R2 up through V5R3. When the
customer ran the ANZOBJCVN utility, they rightly found objects that would
not convert over to V6.
We sent them an upgrade CD that passes the ANZOBJCVN test here, but when
they installed the new version on their machine, it showed even more
programs that will not convert than the previous version.
My question for the list is, do you think this is because of an object
conversion setting in the RSTLIB that we use? Or, could it be because
of the objects are run through CPROBJ before they are sent. I really
doubt the latter since they are compressed on our system and pass the
without a problem.
Has anyone run into this already?
Kisco Information Systems