Has anyone else hit the limit on size of validation lists (2,147,483
entries according to IBM)? I have a customer who's got this problem & who
is having to get round it by having multiple VLDLs - anyone know of any
other method? (I can't see how there can be another method, but it's worth
asking....) They also say that they didn't actually manage to get 2,147,483
entries in there before it gave a 'full' exception (I'm not sure how many
entries they actually managed to put in). Any similar experiences?
Many thanks

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