If I'm understanding this correctly, it isn't true.  A program compiled over
a file in TESTDATA will generate a level check error against a file in
PRODDATA if any field names or attributes are different.  This assumes the
file in PRODDATA was compiled with LVLCHK(*YES).  Similarly, if the TESTDATA
file is changed and the program was not recompiled against it, a level check
error will be generated when the program is executed using the TESTDATA
library. 

It sounds like you and IBM support might have misunderstood each other.  Or
perhaps I misunderstood the question. 

Donald R. Fisher, III
Project Manager
Roomstore Furniture Company
(804) 784-7600 extension 2124
DFisher@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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IBM support line tells me that a program doesn't know anything about any
file except the one over which it was compiled.  If a program is compiled
over files in TESTDATA and the program is run over files in PRODDATA, it
cannot do a level check.  And it won't even check the files in TESTDATA to
see if they match.  
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