Have you ensured that AH1099 and AHHR have the same record format ID?

Sounds like they don't.


On Thu, Jan 24, 2019 at 9:04 AM Smith, Mike <Mike_Smith@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

I am on 7.3 Last time this program was run was on 7.2

I have a program that I keep getting a level check on. I have recompiled
the program and it still gets level check.
I have verified that I only have 1 copy of the file and 1 copy of the

The CL does a bunch of OPNQRYF and DBF override.

Then opnqryf on AHHR using format of AH1099

RPG program has AH1099 on the file spec.

The original program is OPM model.

I renamed the ILE version of the program AP1099 to AP1099XXX
Reran the process so that it uses the OPM program and it completed

So I then reconverted the OPM to ILE, without any customizations and the
program receives level check again.

Any ideas?


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