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CPD5CA8 - Procedure import not compatible with procedure export. ( OS/400 )

CPD5CA8 - Procedure import not compatible with procedure export. ( OS/400 )

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Message : CPD5CA8
Procedure import not compatible with procedure export.

Message Long Text :

Cause . . . . . : Procedure '&1' imported by module &6 in library &7 could not be bound to the procedure with the same name exported by object &3 in library &4 type &2 for one of the following reasons:
-- The procedure import uses argument optimization (ARGOPT) but the procedure export does not.
-- The procedure import does not use ARGOPT but the procedure export does.
Recovery . . . : If the problem is with a service program, ensure the service program does not require require a format change. Converting a service program to the current format may change its ARGOPT usage. Use the Display Service Program (DSPSRVPGM) command and specify DETAIL(*BASIC) to determine if the service program requires a format change. Use the Start Object Conversion (STROBJCVN) command to convert the service program, and then try the request again.
If the service program does not require a format change or if the problem is with a module export, ensure the ARGOPT usage of the procedure import matches the ARGOPT usage of the procedure export. For modules, use the display module (DSPMOD) command and specify DETAIL(*EXPORT *IMPORT *PROCLIST) to determine if a procedure uses ARGOPT. For service programs, use the display service program (DSPSRVPGM) command and specify DETAIL(*PROCEXP) to determine if a procedure uses ARGOPT. Correct the errors and try the request again.

Message File : QCPFMSG
Library Message File : QSYS2924


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