From what I have learned, the record format level ID is dependent on theformat name and the name, number, placement, length, and attributes of the
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(Received the same result on both V5R4M0 and 7.1 systems...)
Permanent file MYLIB/FAA5905 has 19 fields, record length of 133,
record format level identifier 2729492F22E27.
Used green-screen (STRSQL) to execute SQL statement: "Declare global
temporary table FAA5905 like MYLIB/FAA5905"
DSPFD of QTEMP/FAA5905 shows that the file built by the above SQL
statement has 19 fields, record length of 133, but the record format
level identifier is 26F9492F22E27.
( DIFFERENT format level ID...)
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