You need to either define a different record format name in your SQL or
rename your record format in the program.

Your record format name is the same as the filename.

On Tue, Feb 5, 2019, 6:39 PM Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:

I created a file using SQL. Looks right to me. I then compiled a
program with that file in an F-spec and got this:

41 dcl-f CUSPI usage(*update: *output) usropn;
======> aaaaa
======> bbbbb
*RNF2121 30 a 004100 Record format CUSPI in file CUSPI already
defined; record
format is ignored.
*RNF2109 40 b 004100 All Record Formats for externally-described
file CUSPI
ignored or dropped due to error; file ignored.


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