That's a good point.

Make sure that the %Found() is being performed right after the operation.
Or specify the filename in the ().

Michael Schutte
Work 614-492-7419
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The chance of RPG not chain correctly is slim to none.  I'll double
check the code.

It did happen to me one time where %found() indicated not found but
%found(FILENAME) indicated found.  Installed a PTF and corrected the

-----Original Message-----
From: rpg400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:rpg400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Stiju Easo
My problem is
 My ordinary chain fails even though it points to correct record
   (I verified by checking values in debug mode)
   I cant redesign the PF bcoz its created by SQL from some other
     I need to carry on with it

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