Recompile CL program

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AS/400
CL Program
Hi, We added few new fields to an exising Physical file. When I check for the dependents for the changed Physical file in ALDON it shows 250 dependent objects. Do I need to recompile all 250 objects? Thanks, Elan

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Yes, else you will get a Level Check.
If you added the fields at the end of the file, you can specify LVLCHK(*NO) on the files, but that is not a good idea

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  • TomLiotta
    Probably. I would assume that Aldon is listing the objects because of the dependencies on the format of the file. Since you changed the format, the objects will process the file incorrectly until they are recompiled. If the objects would reference a logical file that did not change, they wouldn't need to be recompiled unless they needed to use the new fields. Tom
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    [...] 5. CharlieBrowne and TomLiotta share their knowledge on how to recompile 250 objects in an existing physical file.  [...]
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