Format *LONGJUL is available on commands such as CVTDAT, APIs such as
Convert Date and Time Format (QWCCVTDT), and logical file mapping from
L to Zoned, Packed, or Character fields.  The one place *LONGJUL is not
supported is as the DATFMT of an actual L type element.

*LONGJUL provides YYYYDDD formatting in addition to the previous *JUL
formatting of YYDDD.

Bruce Vining

>Does anybody happen to know IBM's format for a Y2K compliant Julian
>Date? The old format, YYDDD (such as 98008), will obviously not work in
>a couple of years.
>Anybody know? Thanks!
>David Boring

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