Now I am curious... Lets say you use LVLCHK(*NO) in 1998 but for one reason or another, over the intervening years all the programs that use that file are recompiled. Does that defuse the time bomb?

Wayne McAlpine wrote:
LVLCHK(*NO) allows you to add fields to the *end* of an existing record without having to recompile all of the programs that use the record. I've been guilty of using it on occasion but I agree that it's a time bomb when used in a production environment.

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