I assume you have read Read This First & Memo To Users For OS/400 (SF98066).
It has a list of many changes.
One this list (or the rpg-l) the other day was a warning to anyone
who hardcoded trigger program buffer positions. you must use the
offsets in the data structure, some positions changed in 5.1.
jim franz

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From: "mike poweleit" <mikep@cinci.rr.com>
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Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2002 12:56 AM
Subject: V5R1 upgrade

> Well we are making the V5r1 plunge next weekend on our 820 going from
> I have ordered all cums and the Xref ptf list. I have gone through the
> estimator and have my cds ready to go after my full backup. I am doing an
> automatic installation. Any advise from those who have taken the plunge?
> Mike
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