> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bobby.Hicks@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
> Just an update to my earlier post.  I removed the EXC error 
> handler, and I 
> get the following error:
> 
> Object domain or hardware storage protection violation.
> 

The QRYDFN object for V5R2+ has changed in its storage protection, i.e. parts 
that in pre-V5R2 were in the user domain, are now flagged as being in the 
system domain. You will be unable to access those parts now unless;

 (a) your system is running at seclvl 20 or below;
 (b) or your program is changed to run system state

--phil


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