Changing the member type in a source file

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AS/400 Library
AS/400 Source Files
CBLLE
COBOL ILE
OS/400
V5R4
I have created a cobol source in QLBLLESRC in my library. But by mistake I created it as a text file by not entering the member type as "CBLLE". How can I change the member type now...thanks

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OS/400 V5R4

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uhm….if i understand right, you want to change the member type?

use WrkMbrPdm on the library/sourcefile and go to your source file. from there just tab over and change the member type to what you want it to be.

-sarge
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If by chance you cannot change the Type, you may have to Press F18 to Change defaults and set ‘Change type and text’ to a ‘Y’.

Hope this helps,

Bill

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  • NullFields
    or the quick command: CHGPFM FILE(library/QCBLLESRC) MBR(member) SRCTYPE(CBLLE) This doesn't change anything about how the data is stored in the file member, just what syntax checker is used when editing it via SEU (accessed by option 2 in PDM or command STRSEU) .
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