Did you rerun MRP600? Did it finish correctly? Is your MRP600 code in
AS/SET or is it out of the box and in RPG?
My suggestion would be to pull it out and put it into RPGLE, recompile it
into a special library, then put that library at the top of the list for
tonights run. Then you could possibly hunt down the error by the
statement number... This could be a tough one to run down. If you dumped
it you could check for an array index of less than 1 in the dump and try
to find the offending code which might reveal the offending data. What
version are you on?
"Don Cavaiani" <dcavaiani@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent by: bpcs-l-bounces+bmartin=c-sgroup.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx
09/28/2010 07:07 AM
Please respond to
BPCS ERP System <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
[BPCS-L] Not what did I do to MPR nightly run??
After running w/o error for many years, maybe I have some bad data in a
Message . . . . : The MRP600 435400 array index is not valid (C G S D
Cause . . . . . : The RPG program MRP600 in library BPCDREL02 tried to
the array index at statement 435400 which was less than one or greater
the number of elements in the array.
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