Create more member to single physical file

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AS400 physical file
DDS
Physical File
V5R3
I TRYED TO CREATE MORE MEBERS TO THE PF WITH CRTPF COMMAND AND ALSO GAVE *NOMAX OPTION TO PF .BUT IT IS NOT POSSIBLE FOR ME?HOW TO CREATE A MORE MEMBERS TO PERTICULAR PF ? PLEASE GIVE ME CLEARY?

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Create the physical with members > 1 or nomax
Use the ADDPFM command.to add physical file members
Phil

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  • TomLiotta
    I TRYED TO CREATE MORE MEBERS TO THE PF WITH CRTPF COMMAND... Additional members are not created with the CRTPF command. Additional members are created with the ADDPFM command. If this is a SQL TABLE, you cannot add more members. Tom
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  • 3months
    GIVE ME ONE EXAMPLE
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  • philpl1jb
    google as/400 addpfm
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  • TomLiotta
    GIVE ME ONE EXAMPLE It's really not necessary to shout. Example:
    ADDPFM FILE(ACCPTH)
           MBR(NEWMBR)
    That will add a member named NEWMBR to a file named ACCPTH. Once again, if it is a SQL TABLE, you cannot add members to it. Tom
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  • TomLiotta
    If it's a DDS physical file, you would use the CHGPF command to allow more members to be added:
    CHGPF FILE(ACCPTH)
          MAXMBRS(*NOMAX)
    That changes a file named ACCPTH to allow as many members as the limit for your system. You would use CHGPF if the file restricted you from adding more members.(and the file is not a SQL TABLE.) Tom
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