so missing data is better than corrupt data? a hard error is a hard
error...better to keep LVLCHK on and ensure that your programs, etc are
recompiled to use the changed file than to poke and hope it works...JMO.

add a monitor block or error extender on the write/update opcodes and what
happens? no error just the old-fashioned "where the heck is my data"
problem. bad practice is bad practice, flawed design is flawed design.
but i guess i'm just very biased on the subject 8^)

Tommy Holden

Midrange Systems Technical Discussion <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
09/23/2009 08:51 AM
Re: Another evil of LVLCHK(*NO)
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Try defining that file with DDL instead of DDS. Compile your program. Use

DDL to add a column at the end that is numeric. Then see what happens...
File LVL1 in library ROB changed.
call lvl1
Data mapping error on member LVL1.
Data mapping error on member LVL1.
? C
Cancel reply received for message CPF5029.
1 records lost when member LVL1 closed.
Error message CPF4572 appeared during CLOSE.
Function check. RNX1217 unmonitored by LVL1 at statement 0000000009,
instruction X'0000'.
Error message CPF4572 appeared during CLOSE (C G D F).
Error message CPF4572 appeared during CLOSE (C G D F).

Rob Berendt

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