This user may already be using more storage than the other users, when you
do DSPUSRPRF you will see storage used right under the maximum storage
allowed. This user probably has a larger storage used than the other users
who didn't have the problem thus running the sbmjob caused him to reach his
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Art Baker [SMTP:Art_Baker@baan.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 1999 11:28 AM
> To: 'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
> Subject: Batch
> Having a problem with a user profile running Batch. When this user
> runs a SBMJOB he gets a pointer error, MCH3601. To get around this I
> his Maximum Allowed Storage on his User Profile to 100K, it was 40K. What
> strange is there are other user profiles setup with a Maximum Allowed
> Storage of 40K and the Batch process works for them. It is just this one
> user that had to be changed to 100K to get it to work. I can't find any
> difference in the profiles. What else could cause this?
> They don't want to use *nomax for storage allowed.
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