This is an addendum to the message posted by Phil Hall, in regards to
the storage protection violation for the *QRYDFN space object.
Just for the fun of it, I did a // DspObjD command against a query
definition that I had created ealier on V5R1M0.  When you direct this
command's output to an *Outfile, the object domain is shown in the
ODODMN field (positions 451 - 452).  *S is system and *U is User domain.
My query showed up as SYSTEM-DOMAIN !  So, the MI program should have
failed when run on a V5R1 system, as well as failing on a V5R2 system.
By-the-bye, I would think that you wouldn't get the protection violation
until you up your security level to 40.  Level 30 is just normal
password and OS/400 object security, I believe (although I'm not any
security expert).
Perhaps your V5R1 system was at level 30?
Rich Hart

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