> why not use LVLCHK(*NO)

I thought this, but after I compiled the program, i realised it wasn't changing
the Level Check Id,
but was changing the File Level Id.

They're not the same thing...

File level Id's are a 13 digit long field indicating when the file was created
(date & time).
I believe they are used (or cause the most problems) when restoring files over
the top of existing ones.

Level check Id's are a 13 charater long field calculated on the fields, lengths
types etc to ensure
that programs are using the correct version they were compiled over.


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