Actually, no, the file specs -are- the same as referenced by identical record
format id's.

After a bit more investigation, the member id is simply a figure calculated when
the member is created.  So, my question is: why would the system care about
this?  Is there a way to get around this problem?  I guess I understand a bit
about the system being concerned about differing file creation dates, but there
should be the ability to allow this difference -without- incurring the old file
rename and dependant logical reassignment logic.


> What that is saying is that the fields in the file were changed in some way
> (another field added, a fields description changed, etc).  Rename the file
> and perform the restore again.  Then compare the files specs with DSPFFD or
> another utility like DBU or HAWKEYE.

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