Yes, there is "some performance and/or space concerns" regarding receipt of msgCPF3281. The format is an object with the internal object type *FMT. When the format object is faulted in to memory, then if that format is shared by another database file instead of being a distinct yet identical copy, then the copy that is currently in memory can be used when referenced via the other file object. As a distinct but effectively identical copy, a separate object takes up more storage, at least one permanent address, plus an entry in the owning user profile to store the ownership and authority.

Regards, Chuck

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