Mark S. Waterbury wrote:
Hi, Joe:

Or, you could have compiled it on V4R5 (or earlier) and then never recompiled it since then.
Yes, I understand that. My point is that the *latest* release you could have compiled it was on V5R2, a release which has been out of service for nearly a year.

And then, if you (foolishly) removed observability, you lose.

I was tempted to say something like this is a good reason not to remove observability, but I remove observability on all my programs. And even so, if you removed it after V5R1, it would still have enough information to move it along. It really takes a perfect storm - code compiled to V4R5 or before, no source, and observability removed - to get you in trouble.

Joe

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