• Subject: AFP Problems.
  • From: Richard Baird <rbbaird@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 22 Jul 1999 19:12:47 -0500

Hey all,

I'm trying to do a simple invoice form overlay.

I found the directions to do this in the midrange-l archives (thanks

I created the form image using corel photopaint, printed it to an afp
print file (IBM AFP 240), and moved the file to a folder in QDLS,
created the file, (record length 8201, level check no),  did the
CPYFRMPCD, which worked fine, but when I try to do a CRTPAGSEG or
CRTOLY, I get a message:

Message . . . . :   File INVOLY in QGPL not valid for creating a *OVL
(or *PAGSEG).
Cause . . . . . :   The file or member cannot be used to create a
  resource. *N means that the incoming data was an internal system
space. No
  source file or library is specified. The reason code is 02.  The
  codes and their meanings are:
  2 - The structured field identifier in the incoming data for the
resource is not correct or is not supported. The error was detected
processing record 1, byte number 17. The structured field which is not
correct may be caused by a length that is not correct on the previous
structure field. The structured field which was being processed at the
Recovery  . . . :   Verify that the names of the file, library, and
member are
  specified correctly on the command.  If the data originated on another
  system, also make sure that the record length of the physical file is

Any Ideas?

Thanks in advance,

Rick Baird
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