• Subject: Re[2]: CHGPF Question
  • From: Buck Calabro <mcalabro@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Sep 1997 15:27:15 -0400

Dean,

>I disagree VEHEMENTLY with using LVLCHK(*NO) under ANY circumstances.  I'll
>make the same challenge that I did with GOTO -- show me a SINGLE example
>under which it would be valid, and I'll admit my mistake (haven't gotten one
>in almost a year on GOTO yet, but you're welcome to try with LVLCHK)..

Please take this in the light humour I intend...
When using AFP objects like *PAGSEG or *OVERLAY, you use a PC to create the
graphic, then you print through an AFP printer driver to a PC file.  You put 
that
PC file in a /400 shared folder, then do a CPYFRMPCD to get it into a physical
file on the /400.

THAT file MUST BE created LVLCHK(*NO) per IBM's instructions...

There's a *single* example under which it's valid.

(please don't hit me, I realise it's a very special circumstance, and not
really related to issues of database files in production, but I couldn't
resist...)

Buck Calabro
Commsoft, Rensselaer, NY

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