• Subject: Re: File member at maximum size
  • From: Tim Truax <truax@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 18 Jul 1998 10:36:32 -0400

Could it be that a programmer has caused this message to be sent to the *sysopr
message queue?  Possibly from the CLP or the HLL program being run at the time
message is received.  Oftentimes I have seen where a file may have *nomax
....bbbuuuuutttttt... some programmer at some time in a user program limited the
size arbitrarily during a file load to just stop at 800 for some reason.  Maybe
the message you are getting is not  an OS400 generated message but a programmer
one.  Check it out.
Tim & Dana Truax... and Caleb 4 years old.

LVanRensburg@skandia.com 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.
> What am I missing???
> Thanks.
> Lukas van Rensburg
> American Skandia
> Lukas

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