If a V2R3 object passes ANZOBJCVN, nothing is broke - all objects are easily tested - no sweat - and those that fail are easily identified.

One of the things we tout repeatedly is that objects created on the 38 can run on the iSeries - so why make that a bad thing?


-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: Adam Glauser <adamglauser@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Pete Massiello wrote:
> Why wouldn't they want to take advantage of
> features in the languages at the higher levels? I have spoken
> to small vendors over the years that admitted they didn't even
> have a machine at the
> current release. You want to talk about scary.

Al Barsa wrote:
I would say that "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" is not unreasonable.

Only if your definition of broke is reasonable. If having ages-old
makes it difficult to be flexible when this sort of thing comes up, then
I'd say something is broke.

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