Is your date value a 13-digit timestamp (CYYMMDDHHMMSS)? I think the
TIMESTAMP format is less forgiving that the DATE format and must have
the exactly 13 digits.

Basil Zangare
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Jon Paris wrote:

I don't see any APARs or anything on the IBM site so unless anyone
else can spot something I'd suggest opening an APAR.

I tried a few variations and came up the same.

Tom Liotta

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