In <35B9F8EB.C3D0C52F@usaor.net>, on 07/25/98 
   at 11:25 AM, Tim Truax <truax@usaor.net> said:

>> We have a program that runs each night that is the majority of our
>> nightly processing time.
>>
>>      FMU7TRANSUP  E           K        DISK                      A
                              %%%%%%

My experinece to date tells me that this K is costing you hugely in
performance.  I have cut programs by 70% and more in processing time by
removing that K.

Of course the next few lines show that you are using summary proceessing
so you need to have them in order obviously, but still, if none of the
other suggestions work, perhaps exploring the Arrival Sequence processing
solution could make produce a sensible solution?


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