According to
http://www-912.ibm.com/n_dir/nas4apar.nsf/c79815e083182fec862564c00079d117/c5040ccf8ee78d22862577cb003c8e67?OpenDocument
when running 8.1 of LX or above it is no longer required to turn on
SQL_SUPPRESS_WARNINGS in the QAQQINI file.

One developer is concerned that if we turn that off then custom code may
fail.
Apparently the big concern is if you did something like
'Select * from myfile into :myfileDS' and the number of fields in the
table has changed but the DS has not been recompiled to take advantage of
this then a hard error can ensue on V5R1 or above. Infor has weeded this
error out of their code but our developer is concerned about our code.

Is there any advantage to turning this off? Hate to turn it off and
potentially have errors if there is no potential benefit.


Rob Berendt

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