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hello sir,             I have found one problem while update data in source file. I creats one source file after 14 it shows this message "The compile of member JPF1 was submitted to Batch.                          + Job 476274/NITINB/JPF1 submitted to job queue QBATCH in library QGPL" after using of UPDDTA on that file it shows below message  "File JPF1 in library NITINB1 was not found." IN A SIMPLE WAY OBJECT IS NOT CREATED IN SYSTEM. WHAT I HAVE TO DO SIR FOR INSERT ANY RECORDS IN SOURCE FILE. THANK YOU      SIR  

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Was Job 476274/NITINB/JPF1 supposed to create the source file?
Did the job complete?
Do a wrkobj *ALL/NITINB1 to find the file

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  • anupsshelke
    i create physical file supposed phy1. after, use 14 to compile it but then message was seen that to job queue QBATCH in library QGPL. when i am going to search object of that file after compile then no object is found.
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  • ToddN2000
    If you want to see more info in your job log as to how the compile went try this. If you are using client access and PDM try pressing shift+F6 at the screen where you are taking the option 14. The object will be placed in the library listed ate the top. You can also change the compile in batch to 'N" ALL source compiled with a 14 will have the object placed here unless it's overidden. You can enter the 14 the the press F4 to overide the library to place the object in. Hope that helps a bit.
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  • CharlieBrowne
    Seems like there could be an error on the 14 compile. Have you looked at the spool file(s) for the job?
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  • Splat
    What library did you specify for the file to be created in?
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  • TomLiotta
    i create physical file supposed phy1. How? What does file "phy1" have to do with the problem in the original question? The original question is about "File JPF1", not about "phy1". It seems like you tried to create DDS in a source member. The member name was "JPF1". Then you used PDM option 14 to submit a compile. After the compile job finished, you tried to use UPDDTA to update file JPF1 in library NITINB1, but the file was not found. There are two general possibilities. First, the compile failed. You will need to look at the output from the compile to fix any problems, then try the compile again. Second, the compile succeeded. If so, then it probably created file JPF1 in a different library. You'll need to look at the output from the compile to see what library JPF1 was created in. Submit the compile again, but specify library NITINB1 as the target library this time. If neither of those cases cover your problem, we'll need to look deeper. Tom
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  • anupsshelke
    thank you ToddN2000 , CharlieBrown, Splat, TomLiotta
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