I know that the field is not variable and ALWNULL is not specified as I
created the file. When I do native I/O to the thing, it works fine. At this
point, I'm just trying to determine why I see the data as X'40' in DSPPFM
and X'00' in DBU.



Mark Walter
Sr. Programmer/Analyst
Hanover Wire Cloth a div of CCX, Inc.
717.637.3795 Ext.3040

                    Buck Calabro
                    <Buck.Calabro@comms        To:     midrange-l@midrange.com
                    oft.net>                   cc:
                    Sent by:                   Subject:     RE: Null or Blank

                    01/09/02 10:37 AM
                    Please respond to

>If I look at it with DSPPFM, it shows
>Hex '40'. However when I look at it
>using DBU, it shows hex '00'.
>The field in question is defined with DDS as10 Alpha

I'd DSPFFD the file and see if the field in question is variable length or
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