Hi Paul,

The chances are that it is an Alias that is causing the problem. If the field
reference file was defined using SQL this will almost surely be the case. Do a
DSPFFD of OPFDTL and see if OFQNTY has an alias. Don't know if you can assign
the ALIAS keyword in a PRTF, but you can give it a try.

HTH

Paul Tuohy

Paul Nelson wrote:

> It looks like this, with apologies for my copy/paste. I just tried it again,
> and the second reference to the OFQNTY field causes the message. Goin' back
> to good ol' internal definitions.
>
>  A*================================================================
>  A          R DETAIL
>  A                                                       TEXT('DETAIL ACCT
> GROUP')
>  A                                                       SPACEA(001)
>  A            O#PONO        R              1REFFLD(OEPONO OEPOMS)
>  A                                                     7'-'
>  A            O#POSQ             7  0      8
>  A            O#ORQTY      R            16REFFLD(OFQNTY OFPDTL)
>  A            O#CHGQTY   R            29REFFLD(OFQNTY OFPDTL)
>  A            O#TOTQTY      11  4    42EDTCDE(3)
>  A            O#C8QTY         11  4    55EDTCDE(3)
>  A            O#UNMS        R            68REFFLD(OFUNMS OFPDTL)
>  A            O#ITDS           R            72REFFLD(OFITDS OFPDTL)
>  A            O#POD1          R  -25    98REFFLD(OEPOD1 OEPOMS)
>  A            O#OFSYCD       9  0   134EDTWRD('0   -   -   ')
>  A            O#LCDATE       8  0    146EDTWRD('  /  /    ')
>
> Paul Nelson
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David & Eileen Keck" <bstars@optonline.net>
> To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
> Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2002 2:47 PM
> Subject: Re: V5R1 Printer File CPD5237 Problem (was: What's this all about?)
>
> > Paul,  The following compiles fine on V5R1, so the field reference file
> may
> > not be your problem (PTF's aside).
> > A            @FLDA     R           1  2REFFLD(FLDA LIB/REFFIL)
> > A            @FLDB     R           1  2REFFLD(FLDA LIB/REFFIL)
> > The error message you receive indicates the same field name is specified
> in
> > the same record format starting in pos 19.
> > Can you post the record format code ?
> > -Dave K.
> >
>
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