Hi Thomas,

The way I read your posting is that it doesn't have to work on 5.4 but you
want to be able to create it on 5.4 and then port the objects to 5.3 to run.

Can you create the outfile on your 5.4 system, rename it to something
unique, ALTER TABLE to remove the extra columns, and then reference and use
this new file?


Yours truly,

Glenn Gundermann
Email: glenn.gundermann@xxxxxxxxx
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On 16 November 2015 at 12:13, Thomas Garvey <tgarvey@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi,

I've got a CL program that creates and uses the outfile from a DSPOBJD
command.
However, the program is created on a v5r4 partition and must run on a v5r3
partition.
The outfiles created by the DSPOBJD command are different on these two OS
levels.
There are 6 more fields on the v5r4 version than the v5r3.

The problem is that when the program runs on the v5r3 partition it hard
halts with
CPF0859 (File override caused I/O buffer size to be exceeded).
"The compile-time file was overridden with a run-time file
with a maximum record length smaller than the maximum record length of the
compile-time file."

So, my question is, what can I do with this?
Are there different outfile descriptions available on the v5r4 partition I
should use to compile my CL program on the v5r4 partition?

Thanks for suggestions.

Tom Garvey



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