Hmmm, I assume you meant the files were compiled with LVLCHK(*YES) and not
the program.  

That being the case, you probably have one of three things happening.
First, there may be an OVRDBF LVLCHK(*NO) in a CL program that calls the
program in question.  Second, the program you think is running may not be
the one that is actually running.  Third is that the file you think is being
used is not the file actually being used.  I suggest watching the job as it
executes to determine whether any overrides are present, which program is
being executed, and which files are actually open.  

Good luck. 

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

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The files in TESTDATA and PRODDATA were different from the files over which
the program was compiled a year ago.  The number of fields changed, the size
of several fields changed.  The file went from 861 long to 1006 long.  The
program was compiled with LEVELCHK *YES.
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