Message : CPD502B
A file has inoperative trigger program &2 in library &3 type &4.
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Cause . . . . . : A file cannot be opened with a trigger that is inoperative. A trigger can become inoperative when a create duplicate object of a file with any triggers or restore object of a file with any triggers is to a library other than the original library. A logical file trigger can also become inoperative when the logical file no longer shares a physical file's format. The inoperative trigger is defined on file &5 in library &6. Recovery . . . : Either remove (RMVPFTRG) the trigger from the file, disable (CHGPFTRG) the trigger or remove (RMVPFTRG) then add (ADDPFTRG) the trigger. For logical file triggers, use the SQL DROP TRIGGER statement to remove the trigger. Then try your request again.