The QSYS version has the SYSTEM SUPPLIED OUTFILE description. The library list could be wrong. I didn't set it up so I'll have to talk to the person who did. I do know that the QUSRSYS version was just created today, so the command did do the create duplicate like the redpaper said it would. I'll check on the library list issue though.



Thanks!



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When I do DSPLIBL (do NOT use EDTLIBL!!!!!) I see QSYS above QUSRSYS.



QSYS often has "shell" copies of data files. They are often copied by

these IBM utilities into QUSRSYS and then populated with data.



WRKOBJ QAIZACVN



Object Type Library Attribute Text

QAIZACVN *FILE QSYS PF SYSTEM SUPPLIED OUTFILE FOR

QAIZACVN *FILE QUSRSYS PF Output file for ANZOBJCVN



Which one has text like "system supplied outfile" which matches your error

message?

Perhaps it's trying to update the wrong one?



Sticking another library, like RBTSYSLIB above QSYS is not unheard of.

I've not heard of sticking QUSRSYS above QSYS though. Perhaps someone

buggered up WRKSYSVAL QSYSLIBL when adding RBTSYSLIB?



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From:

Jill Gallagher <JGallagher@xxxxxxxx>

To:

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Date:

08/27/2009 03:42 PM

Subject:

RE: System-supplied output file QAIZACVN not valid

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Kirb,







There's QUSRSYS and RBTSYSLIB before QSYS.







Jill







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Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2009 2:38 PM

To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion

Subject: Re: System-supplied output file QAIZACVN not valid







Jill Gallagher wrote:



Good afternoon,







We are attempting to run the ANZOBJCVN command on a V5R4 system and

received the CPFB0DE message "System-supplied output file QAIZACVN not

valid". I checked the archives and saw the message listed but not for

this reason. I also checked the "Getting Ready for i5/OS V6R1" and the

file layout for QAIZACVN on our system matches what is in the paper. Has

anyone else come across this issue and how did you resolve it?







TIA,



Jill







Jill Gallagher



United Consumer Financial Services



Sr. Systems Analyst



440-835-6612



jgallagher@xxxxxxxx<mailto:jgallagher@xxxxxxxx>















Jill, anything ahead of QSYS in the sysval QSYSLIBL?







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