Neil,

If you've already resolved this situation to your satisfaction, then ignore
this note.

I tried briefly to find your PMR in RETAIN. But, frankly, I have no skills in
using RETAIN at all (and don't really want to learn more). Could you either
post or
e-mail me the PMR number for your problem? It would help me get in synch with
the folks you've already talked to if I know what PMR to refer to.

Also, if you still have access to the V4R2 machine (or machines) where the
install problem was noted could you issue the following command:
 DSPOBJD OBJ(QSYS/QTOICONV) OBJTYPE(*PGM) DETAIL(*SERVICE)
and note what value is reported for both the "Object control level" and "PTF
number" for this program. This info might help us close in on a possible source
of the problem.

TIA,

-john martz
IBM AS/400 TCP/IP PPP development (and stuff)
Internet e-mail:                     jmartz@us.ibm.com
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