That is a good question. Especially since this application has been running without trouble since the late 1970s. Recently we went from security level 10 to security level 30, and I suspect there is the cause of this new behavior.

Willie J. Moore wrote:
Why can't other users use it? If you are getting a 'Level Check' on the file, then set level check to NO (not good ideal but a workaround). You can also check the option on the 'rebuild'.

William Moore
California Fine Wire, Co

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All good ideas. The first three would require code modification, which I guess he is loath to spend any more time upgrading S/36 environment stuff. Number 4 bears some looking into and wouldn't require any code change.

Rob Berendt

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