CPYF generates a CPF3288

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CPYF CPF3288 DDMF

Hi.

We have two 520 machines on identical versions of the IBM OS (V5.3). I have used CPYF with a DDMF on the "local" machine to copy a source member to an existing source file on the "remote" machine. The source member is copied, but a CPF3288 is generated at the same time. "Member not changed"

Any help would be appreciated,

Best regards,

Phil Spender



Software/Hardware used:
IBM OS V5.3 CL language
ASKED: July 3, 2012  12:57 PM

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  • andyhumphreys
    Looks as though some further messages should have been generated prior to this one. Could you please post up the command and the job log that follows, that might provide some pointers. Also, if you have it, the joblog from the remote session would be most helpful.
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  • TomLiotta
    The source member is copied...   Does that mean that the remote member actually did change?   And as noted above, any actual error messages do need to be supplied. The CPF3288 is a notification that at least one error was detected, but it's not a message about errors themselves.   Tom  
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