Yes we have SI30802 - it's been superseded by SI35157.





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



Do you have

http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=nas3614b6980fdbce3118625742800529625





Rob Berendt

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Group Dekko Services, LLC

Dept 01.073

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6928N 400E

Kendallville, IN 46755

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From:

Jill Gallagher <JGallagher@xxxxxxxx>

To:

Midrange Systems Technical Discussion <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

Date:

08/27/2009 02:01 PM

Subject:

System-supplied output file QAIZACVN not valid

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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>





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