Logical File error message

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AS/400 errors
GENLVL
WRKSPLF
I have encountered this error and didn't understand why it was coming. The error was: "Errors in DDS not allowed with specified GENLVL. " I checked with wrksplf command also but didn't help me either.
ASKED: February 22, 2008  12:24 PM
UPDATED: June 20, 2013  7:10 PM

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The error message you reference is a summary message. In the spool file you should also find additional, detailed, messages letting you know what line(s) of your source had a problem and what the problem was.

If it is a small file, in terms of field definitions, perhaps you can imbed the DDS for your physical file, the DDS for your logical file, and your spool file listing here so we can help you understand the specifics of what is going wrong.

Bruce

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  • Vids
    just go at the bottom of Spool File of logical which you r trying to compile. May be one of the reason is u have specify keywords wrongly in Logical File. if possible as said by Bruce let us know DDS of ur physical and logical file so that we can help you out. vidu
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    Make sure source library is in Library List.
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