All valid points, Rob, but surely these don't affect the compiling of a
program with a different target release? After all, when compiling a
program on System A which is eventually to be run on System B, the two
systems don't even have to be connected.

Trevor Briggs
Lincare, Inc.
(727) 431-1246
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Subject: Re: compling CLP with RUNSQL statement to previous release V6R1

There's always a lot of "if's" when compiling for a different system:
- Is the target system current on PTFs?
- Does the target system have that option? (not germane to this exact
- Does the target system have a persnickety admin who keeps deleting or
renaming the IBM issued RUNSQL so that his code will continue to use a
home grown one? Thus discouraging all his customers to keep current on

Rob Berendt

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