Try changing from using key1 and key2 to kfld(*file) after all, that 
is the way you want to use the key

From:          Buzz Fenner <bfenner@jonesborocwl.org>
To:            "Discussion RPG (E-mail)" <RPG400-L@midrange.com>
Subject:       SETLL after OPNQRYF
Date:          Fri, 30 Jul 1999 12:14:46 -0500
Organization:  City Water & Light
Reply-to:      RPG400-L@midrange.com

Hi all,

I have a logical file keyed by Key1/Key2.  I do an OPNQRYF to extract 
certain values of Key2 and order the file KEYFLD((KEY1) (KEY2)).  In an RPG 
IV program, I execute a SETLL on the file using Key1.  The equal indicator 
(position 3) is not being set on, although I know that the key value 
exists.  Removing Key2 from the KEYFLD parm causes the SETLL to work. 
 Also, using SETLL without an OPNQRYF preceding the RPG program will work. 
 What relationship between the program and the command is causing this to 
happen?  Any theories/facts?  Thanks.


Buzz Fenner
bfennerNS@jonesborocwl.org
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