Many thanks for your suggestions, the problem has been sorted.

For the record, the latest Cumalative PTF sorted it tonight.

I was looking for a possible quick fix before the pack was applied.

If anyone does know what exactly was the cause of this, then I still
would like to know for my own interest.

Once again thanks.

Darren
-----Original Message-----
From: Joe Pluta [mailto:joepluta@PlutaBrothers.com]
Sent: 06 December 2001 19:43
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: RE: File Transfer Problems after V4R5M0 upgrade.


> From: Julio Domingo
>
> Darren,
> That does sound like an authority problem.  When you install a new
release
> user authorities, printer file defaults, and system values are set
back to
> the IBM defaults.  I have found it a good idea to set up a CL program
that
> restores changes made between releases.  This way you can run the
program
> after the release install and run into less GOT YOUs.
>       Julio

This is a good idea for any number of things.  Some other examples:

1. System reply list entries
2. Pool sizes
3. Subsystem descriptions
4. Command defaults

And even if you have a special "system" library above QSYS (many people
do
this to override certain commands or object attributes), you should have
a
program that populates this library.  This is especially true if the
objects
there were originally created using CRTDUPOBJ from system objects.

Joe Pluta
www.plutabrothers.com


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