I think it was a 400 specific PTF

Mark Allen
I.S. Manager
Wilkes Telephone & Electric
A Dycom Company
Phone: (706) 678-9565
Email: allenmark@nu-z.net

:-----Original Message-----
:From: midrange-l-admin@midrange.com
:[mailto:midrange-l-admin@midrange.com] On Behalf Of Douglas Handy
:Sent: Thursday, January 03, 2002 10:54 AM
:To: midrange-l@midrange.com
:Subject: Re: UPS WorldShip via ODBC
:>In a previous life, I used V4R5 of CA Express to communicate with
:>Worldship, but there was a specific PTF (which I do not remember
:><sorry>) that had to be applied.  What kind of problem are yu having?
:Orignally, the first problem was a "Data Truncation" which got
:narrowed down to two of the charge amount fields.  Making the
:fields absurdly big on the 400 did not help.  At one point is
:seemed like it helped to export those fields to character
:fields of at least 32 bytes, then parse the edited amount
:which appeared in the fields.
:But which field(s) seemed to cause "Data Truncation" or "Error
:in assignment" constantly shifts, and then reverting an export
:map to a set of fields which previously worked will not work again.
:Basically the problem is inconsistent results, even redefining
:the same exxport map, and either "Data Truncation" or "Error
:in assignment".
:UPS is on-site now and trying to isolate it, so I'll see what
:they come up with...
:Was the PTF you referred to applied on the AS/400, or do you
:mean a specific service pack level was needed for CA Express?
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