• Subject: Re: EXTNAME questions...
  • From: Jim Langston <jlangston@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 13:13:59 -0700
  • Organization: Conex Global Logistics Services, Inc.

Same thing happened to me.  In S36 a file was called X.INRECV and there was an
OVRDBF BSRECV X.INRECV and the S36 program opened BSRECV.  Well,
when bringing this program up to date, I wanted to get rid of the override (to
simplify
logic) and got an error when compiling the F-Spec telling an invalid character 
in

the file name.

I wound up just renaming the file X_INRECV and was done with it.

Regards,

Jim Langston

"Stone, Brad V (TC OASIS)" wrote:

> I have a physical file that I created to be used as an external data
> structure.  The file is named the following:
>
> ITM02_1.01
>
> Compiled fine, and all.
>
> Now, when I reference this file in the EXTNAME keyword of my D Spec, as
> shown here:
>
>  D ITM02         E DS                  EXTNAME(ITM02_1.01) INZ
>
> It tells me the parameter is invalid.  I removed the period, and it accepts
> it.  This tells me that it doesn't like the period.
>
> Now, why can I create a file with that name, but I can't reference it in the
> EXTNAME keyword?
>

<SNIP>

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