Hi Gad

Chuck gave you the reason - there is no default for DAYS(), therefore, it can't be changed.

DAYS() is a dependent (not sure if that's the term) parameter - it comes into effect only when there is a certain value in a different parameter - in this case, the EXPDATE parameter.

If you look at the documentation, you'll see there is no underline for the values for the DAYS() parameter. That means no default.

I think he suggested the exit, as did Rob - that seems the only way to do what you need.

Regards
Vern

On 12/2/2015 2:42 AM, Gad Miron wrote:
Rob, Vern

The CHGPRTF is as follows:
CHGPRTF FILE(QSYSPRT) EXPDATE(*DAYS) DAYS(45)

When issuing a
CHGCMDDFT CMD(CRTPRTF) NEWDFT('EXPDATE(*DAYS) DAYS(45)')
I get a CPD6263
Checking between parameters not done for parameter EXPDATE.

I created a PRTF anyway and it has EXPDATE(*NONE) - the IBM default.

Thanks
Gad


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