What is the size of the variable that is receiving the size? You didn't tell use what CPF0819 is = I don't feel like looking it up anymore in these lists.

Later
Vern

On 7/2/2014 4:49 PM, Stone, Joel wrote:
DCL &NrecsB4 *dec LEN(10 0) value(0)
RTVMBRD FILE(libname/filename) NBRCURRCD(&NRECSB4)

Started failing recently when #recs in file exceeded 10,000,000.



When I run the command alone in a new CL, it works well.

But in a production job, it throws an error with CFP0819.

Prior to recently, it worked perfectly.

The only thing that seems to have changed is that the file recently exceeded 10 million records (5 days ago, the same day that the errors started appearing).


Any ideas why this could be throwing this error CPF0819 and how to correct?


Thanks



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