Compiling Eval-Corr in SQLRPGLE

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I'm attempting to use Eval-Corr for the first time.  But, when I compile a Srcmbr as a SQLRPGLE type, I get compile error: "RNF5014 30 Operation code is not valid; specification is ignored.", but when I change the srcmbr to RPGLE, no compile errors occur. Any idea why and how I can get the SQLRPGLE type to compile?

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Eval-corr is an rpgle command it cannot be in an SQL block but should be useable in an SQLRPGLE program.

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  • TomLiotta
    I get compile error: "RNF5014 30 Operation code is not valid; specification is ignored." I see similar behavior on one of our V5R4 systems. I also see that our system is missing PTF 5722WDS-SI20103 which is one of the main EVAL-CORR PTFs. According to IBM, PTF SI20103 is in cume package 5354 and was available 01/25/06 (which doesn't make total sense). Our system is currently at cume level 9104. You might check your installed PTFs against some of those listed for 5722-WDS to see how well they correlate. Tom
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