Thanks I sit corrected, Mel, as was speaking in generalities when I said
"same thing".  Should-a stated "basically the same".  (Would only add that
allowing 16M for a UsrSpc, iirc, went back to the original design around
late-70's/early-80's.  Back when the HUGEest 38's had mebbe 4M of memory..
Well, CPF generaly had upper limits that were pretty foresightful for it's
time (and mostly still are).)


| -----Original Message-----
| [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Mel Rothman
| Sent: Saturday, March 20, 2004 10:22 PM

| Data areas (type 19 subtype 0A) and user spaces (type 19 subtype
| 34) are two
| different object types.
|
| The maximum length of a data area is 2,000 characters or, if
| decimal, 24 digits
| with 9 decimal positions.  As of V5R2, a user space can be up to
| 16,776,704
| bytes in size.
|
|
| Mel Rothman
| Mel Rothman, Inc.
|
| jt wrote:

| > A UsrSpc is the same thing as a DtaAra, but created with APIs....




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