Tim Truax wrote:

>In order to get this program to compile I had to CRTDUPOBJ DUPDATA(*NO)
>the USSRCHM file into my library as UXSRCHM, then place an OVRDBF for
>UXSRCHM to point to actual USSRCHM file.  Is creating an empty file
>object considered proper to getting the program to compile?

Tim:

You can create an empty file as you have done, but that means there's an
empty file object sitting out on your system, just waiting, lonely and
cold, while it waits for another compile.

Fortunately, the compile commands recognise file overrides.  Next time you
create the program, issue the command:

     OVRDBF FILE(UXSRCHM) TOFILE(USSRCHM)

prior to compilation.  When you compile, the compile will use the USSRCHM
file.

HTH.

Look after yerselves...

-Ed, Doc, lissenin' to ELO this morning!  SO THERE.


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