Thanks for the response, Arlene.  We do our moves from test to production either
during the noon downtime or the nightly downtime just after the backup runs.  No
users or production jobs are running.
That is beside the point, however, since our move process is forcing the old
object into qrplobj anyway.  My questions are:  what reason might a programmer
have to force this action and might this cause the problem I mentioned and you
pretty much answered the other.  Thanks!


Your Welcome
Ok, strange question does your MOVE program allocate the Object, do check object
or some other object verification???   Maybe a PTF is in order???  Personally if
the move is controlled by program, then should be to a different Dead end
library NOT Qrplobj.   Because if you are moving there, then perhaps that is
your problem.  You might be circumventing IBM's Replace Object logic and causing
the problem.





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