The most likely cause is a failure to get rid of the old service program
activation.  If it is running in the default it will only go away when you sign
off.  If in a named AG only when that is reclaimed.  I always use *New when
testing for this reason - well it had to be useful for something <g>

Running in debug can cause its own problems too due to the way they used AGs
with the debugger (the wrong way!) and you sometimes have to sign off to get the
right version of your code in the debugger even if everything else is cleaned
up.


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