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Gene,

I am not sure whether the binder directory space is a boring example of type x'0203' and x'0301'. I am not an MI expert. I know that I need to check it for a given entry because of our change management software. I also know that I was happy when I figured out what the internal structure of a binder directory space is.

I know for sure that setsppfp() fails on that specific partition. I do not really believe that it fails because binder directory spaces on that partition are something special boring. ;-)

Do you have any idea why setsppfp() fails with MCH6801?

Regards,

Thomas Raddatz.


Gene_Gaunt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx schrieb:
Isn't the binder directory space a boring simple array of type x'0203' and
x'0301' object names, same information gotten with DSPBNDDIR OUTPUT
(*OUTFILE) command?

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