Some users push the limits of the computer hardware, operating system,
and software.
In the 1990s while working at Rent-A-Center headquarters, (it was Lawson
Software or Software 2000, now Infinium) they also liked to post many
thousands of journal entries to the general ledger in each batch.
Bumped up against a similar IBM limit. Workaround was to process fewer
number of records in each batch.

<grin> On an unrelated note, V5R4 allows you to build an SQL string of
2,097,152 bytes, whereas V5R3 SQL statements are limited to 65,535 bytes
in length. I imagine that somebody will eventually build an SQL string
greater than 2,097,152 bytes and complain about the limitation!

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