Hi,

The maximum number of objects that can be in any QDOC library is 349,000,
and IBM has stated that they have no interest in increasing this limit.
You can, however, have a QDOC library for each ASP.  The maximum number of
ASPs in V4R5 is 16, and this became 32 in V5R1.  Independent ASPs provide
another wrinkle, and they go to  from 33 to 99 in V5R1, and I think more in
the future.

There is a very good web page on system maximum capacities and limits.
See:

http://www.iseries.ibm.com/tstudio/tech_ref/syslimit/syslimitv51.htm

Al

Al Barsa, Jr.
Barsa Consulting Group, LLC

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On V4R5 what is the maximum number of objects I can have in a library. One
of my clients is getting a CPD2120 (Cannot add new objects to library &1.)
on QDOC.

-Walden


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