I compiled the program on my pc.  It is a VARPG program.  It runs fine until
I define the file in the file specification.  I don't understand though what
CCSID its looking for.  The CCSID for our AS/400 is 65535.  One question I
have is...the files I am using are for the VARPG tutorial that comes with
the CD.  I just noticed doing a DSPOBJD that the files are at system level
V4R2.  We're at V3R7.  Would this cause a problem?  
Gary Lehman
Programmer Analyst
Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan

                -----Original Message-----
                From:   David Shea [mailto:dshea@arctools.com]
                Sent:   Tuesday, June 09, 1998 7:32 AM
                To:     RPG400-L@midrange.com
                Subject:        Re: 

                CCSID's can be bothersome.  Check that the CCSID on the file
you are
                processing matches the CCSID of your machine (dspsysval
qccsid to check your
                default).  Did you compile the program on your machine or on
another box?
                Problems often arise with CCSID's when a program is compiled
on a box with
                one default CCSID and is run on a machine with another - for
example - a
                program compiled in the US with a box having CCSID 037 and
run in England
                having a CCSID of 253.

                You may need to recompile the program, recompile the
physical file, or change
                the job to use a different CCSID.  This can be a quick way
to test if that is
                the problem - determine which CCSID the file or program
wants, and change the
                job while on the queue.  Change the CCSID to match and then
run it.

                Good luck.

                DAVE SHEA

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                Gary Lehman wrote:

                > Does anyone know anything about a CPF4248 error??  I'm
processing a VARPG
                > program and it gives me this error although it doesn't
give me the reason
                > why.  It has something to do with the CCSID.
                >
                > Gary Lehman
                > Programmer Analyst II
                > Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan
                >
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