OK, folks, this is now resolved.

Chris, thank you for your help; you've led me in the right direction to a
solution.  I followed your advice, but code page 437 was not a valid
selection.  I tried others, but problem did not change (still insisted on
437 internally).  So I had a look at /400 values.

I checked the GCCSID system value, and it was OK (65535), and the code
page information seemed correct, at (697 37).  User profiles had *SYSVAL
specified for these values, so I explicitly stated them, and connected
with no problem.  Then I changed *USRPRF back to apparent previous values
(*SYSVAL), and voila!  Problem gone.

This should not have happened, IMO.  I abhor inconsistency, which is why I
don't like MacroSloth.  Everything appeared to be correct, but something
was amiss.  I guess I'll open a problem on it Monday.
Dennis Lovelady                    Fayetteville, GA
mail: dennis@lovelady.com          dennis.e.lovelady@ac.com
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ICQ:  5734860
"It's hard for me to get used to these changing times.  I can remember
when the air was clean and sex was dirty."
        - George Burns

----- Original Message -----
From: Chris Spirinckx <Chris.Spirinckx@village.uunet.be>
To: <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Cc: <dennis@lovelady.com>
Sent: July 25, 1999 5:55 AM
Subject: Re: CWBLM0020 - License manager software error (0003,0051)

> On Sun, 25 Jul 1999 00:18:32 -0400, you wrote:
> >Thanks for your reply, Chris:
> >
> >> Does the message CWBLM0019 in the history log refers to a  TBL-file ?
> >
> >No, but an error message higher up the food chain does: 0015ffff.tbl.
> >Here's the tail of the error log file.  I hope this helps.  Thanks for
> >your time.
> >
> > 7/24/99  10:15:31.51 PM  Client Access  NLS
> > Type=Error
> > [CWBNL0101]
> > Conversion from code page 437 to code page 65535 unsupported
> Dennis,
> This log looks very similar to the one we got with the Japanese
> Windows. It's strange that it has been working before.
> - Did you upgrade the CA-software recently ?
> - Is the code-page from the PC changed ?
> - Does the 01b5ffff.tbl file exists in the CA-directory on the PC ?
> Anyhow, you could try setting up a connection as follows :
> 1) In the folder "client access\accessoires"
> Select  "Start or Configure Session".
> 2) Change the code page to the one from the AS/400 .
> 3) Save this "setup" as a WS-file.
> 4) I can't remember if the PC has to be rebooted or not.

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