At 09:50 07/17/98 -0400, Lukas van Rensburg wrote:
>One of our PC programmers is running a job on the 400. The file is cleared
>at the start of the job and then populated with data. It creates about 800
>records and then waits on an answer to the message: Member AHDQCPP at
>maximum size. (C I). Obviously it continues to completion when responding to
>the message with an I. The job is required to run unattended.
>
>The member size is set to *NOMAX and has 1 member. The record has 7 fields
>and record len is 158.

Lukas,

I suspect that either the file is not really set to *NOMAX, or you are not 
using the file that you believe you are using. First display the file 
description (DSPFD) and find the SIZE. Make sure it says *NOMAX. Then run 
DSPOBJ *ALL/AHDQCPP (I am assuming that AHDQCPP is also the file name) to see 
if there might be more than one file on the system with that name. Then run the 
program and wait for the message to appear. When it does, display the job 
(WRKACTJOB option 5, then 13 and 14) and look at the overrides and files that 
are open. Make sure that the program is using the file that you think it is 
using.

hth
Pete


Pete Hall
peteh@inwave.com 
http://www.inwave.com/~peteh/

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