Compiling error

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AS/400
Batch program
*** error in creating required objects for Batch program XXXXX The above messages appeared when I try to recompile a valid Batch Program. This program was error-free. Its purpose is to produce a Payroll Bank report to the spool file. I also have recompiled successfully both the physical files and the logical file this program used. So I don't know what or where the problem is, when the above error message appear at the end of the compiling session. FYI, we are using an AS/400 i310 machine running on OS 400 V6.0.04, serial no. 10081BD, Model no. C10 (which I admit quite an old machine already, but still good, up and running). Thanks.
ASKED: February 21, 2013  1:58 AM
UPDATED: February 21, 2013  1:59 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    We can't answer without some idea of what you're asking about. What are you compiling? What are you using to do the compile? What platform is it running on? What OS are you using? If there are errors, what are the error messages or codes, especially including any identifiers? -- Tom
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    Okay, we are a little closer, but there are things that aren't right. The parts that you said do seem to mean an older machine. And it is sounding like you might be using a function generator or even an application generator. Maybe it's the old IBM product Application Development Manager... I can't quite remember if that's what it was called, but maybe it will help someone remember. We need to wait to see if someone else can ask you some other questions so we can narrow down where your problem is. -- Tom
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    You might have marked that comment as an 'Answer' by mistake. Let's wait to see if someone is running a similar old system and recognizes your situation. -- Tom
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