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This is the message I get.

Message . . . . : Reduction of total digits not allowed for operator

Cause . . . . . : The derived calculation involving operator X'07'

more than 31 total digits, but the reduction of total digits is not

for this query request. The derivation is in derived item number 21

derived field SEL0017 in query format FORMAT0001. Operand number one

*N. Operand number two is *N. If an operand is *N, either the operand is

result of previously derived operations or the operator does not require

I have no idea why it needs more than 31 digits.

- What is the maximum number of digits allowed?
- How do I work out what field SEL0017 is?
- What is item number 21?

Thanks, Darryl.

On Tue, Jan 31, 2023 at 5:14 PM a4g atl <a4ginatl2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I did run ANZQRY and there are no errors.

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