I worked S/34 and S/36 (as well as S/38) Kevin so I understand the terminology.

I don't have S36EE set up on my system - we never use it thank goodness - so I can't check out the process. However, if I use CRTPF to create a non-DDS file I can specify a period in the member name. That would indicate to me that it is not an issue.

Jon Paris


On Aug 22, 2017, at 12:57 PM, Kevin <kevin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Obviously you are entirely correct - can you tell though - I worked on Sys/3,34 and 36..hence the terminology.

Just one issue that might be...The referenced File Array requires a database file member name...what if that has a name like PJ.NEW - I'm thinking that might not fly..



Kevin Passey

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