iSeries Content Manager API Error

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IBM Content Manager
iSeries Content Manager
RPGLE
I am trying to archive PDF document in iseries Content Manager V5.1 using the APIs provided by IMB in the RPGLE program.

The SimLibStoreNewObject is giving error when the ObjectSize parameter is passed with a value 490KB or above.

If the ObjectSize parmater is passed as any value below 490KB , even zero the API works find and stored the object in CM successfully.

I think, the ObjectSize paramater is NOT expecting the size of the Document to be stored.. it is dummy paramter in the API.

Could anybody help me to confirm this.



Software/Hardware used:
iSeries Content Manager V5.1
ASKED: September 25, 2009  7:26 AM
UPDATED: December 17, 2009  12:55 AM

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  • TomLiotta
    I can't locate documentation for V5.1, but I'd look over any code you can paste that shows how you have prototyped the SimLibStoreNewObject API, along with the code that actually calls the API. Tom
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