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Re: LBE7410 cannot open file as OUTPUT, File is opened as EXTEND



fixed

sorry if I left out a few details....
clarifying.....

YES, I am working with a LF, not a PF,
however, I am simply opening the the LF as "OUTPUT" in a
cobol program, so the system issues the QLRCLEAR command to
delete all the records in the file.

this program has ran "as is" for 4 years thru 3 oper/sys release upgrades,
and our TEST system and PROD systems currently are on the
same OS version.

My next step is to "recompile" the program just for the sake of
using current compiler/system edits, and see if its simply an object
outdated problem.

OH.. I did check my job logs.. even have system messaging turned
on in the TEST system. Still no solution.

Thanks for everyones idea's... keepem coming....
AA











On Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 10:17 AM, Rich Loeber <rich@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Aaron,

Here are the details behind the LBE7410 error:

Message . . . . : File &1 cannot be opened OUTPUT. File is opened
EXTEND.
Cause . . . . . : File &1 is a logical file and so it cannot be
cleared.
Recovery . . . : To clear the file, clear all of the physical files
upon
which it is
based.

Looks like you're trying to work with an LF and a CLRPFM won't work on
it.

Rich Loeber - @richloeber
Kisco Information Systems
[1]http://www.kisco.com


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On 2/21/2013 10:53 AM, Aaron Abreu wrote:

I all the years I've used an iSeries, I've never ran across this,

It happens on our TEST machine, but NOT on the Production system.

I've deleted and rebuilt the 1 file that has the error, but no success.
and I'm the only 1 using the file in the TEST system.

Any Idea's ??

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