• Subject: Re: Decimal data error parameter
  • From: cgonzalez@xxxxxxxxxx (Christina Gonzalez)
  • Date: Mon, 10 Nov 97 16:13:23 -0500

     We're running V3R7 and I just tried the same thing and the same thing 
     happened.  The DSPPGM command showed the fix decimal data parameter as 
     *NO but the following appeared on the compile listing:
     
      * QRG1019 Severity:  00   Number:    1                                
           
                Message . . . . :   IGNDECERR(*YES) was specified on    
     command. No  
                  decimal-data errors will be issued at execution time.     
           
     Maybe fixing decimal data errors is different from ignoring them??
     
     All I know for sure is the above program that I just compiled is 
     compiled in production with IGNDECERR(*YES) and it runs fine.
     
     I hope this helps.
     
     Chris Gonzalez


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Subject: Decimal data error parameter
Author:  "DaveWarmann" <davew@donlen.com> at smtp-post-office
Date:    11/10/97 11:48 AM


Last week, I did an original program model RPG compile using V3R2. 
After tests it was determined that I needed to recompile the program 
using IGNDECERR(*YES). But, when looking at this just compiled program 
via DSPPGM, I was surprised to see that the fix decimal data parameter 
was *NO. We just applied some PTF's over the weekend and I was hoping 
that this problem would be corrected. It still doesn't correctly show 
us how the program was compiled with this parameter. Am I 
misinterpreting these parameters or is there a bug here?   ... TIA 
Internet:DaveW@Donlen.com
     
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