You need to know which are dupes and then locate those...

Try this in SQL...

create alias qtemp/mySrc for <library>/<source file>(<member>)

select distinct(SRCSEQ), count(*) from mySrc group by SRCSEQ having count(*) > 1

// Using those source sequences...
select rrn(mySrc) from mySrc where SRCSEQ = <numbers from above>

drop alias mySrc

Roger Harman
COMMON Certified Application Developer – ILE RPG on IBM i on Power






-----Original Message-----
From: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of James H. H. Lampert
Sent: Monday, January 06, 2020 4:52 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: EDT0304: Duplicate or non-ascending sequence number.

On 1/6/20 4:50 PM, Mark Waterbury wrote:
James,

I don't think it is  a true "error" message, but rather, just a warning message, telling you that this member has been "re-sequenced" by SEU ..
. . .
Does that help?

Not really; if it's showing up on generated source, then the source
generator is flawed, and needs to be corrected. But if I don't know
where the bad sequence number is, then I don't know where to put the
correction.

--
JHHL

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