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Invalid key and hence error code of 23

 
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vab987

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2008 11:51 pm    Post subject: Invalid key and hence error code of 23
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Hi All,

My Batch program has to read a file(CUSTACFL) for which a key (ACNT-SRC-CUST-KEY) is used.

At very first run the program reads the file correctly but after that for all the subsequent reads it gives the invalid key and hence error code of 23.
I am initializing the key before the next read.

One more question :- My program opens the file(CUSTACFL) each time it has to read even if it is opened . I know this is not right but can this be the cause of the invalid key ?

Please help to know what could be the probable reason for the "invalid key" error.

I have a code pasted below :

OPEN INPUT CUSTACFL.
INITIALIZE W01-COMPST-KEY.
INITIALIZE ACNT-SRC-CUST-KEY.

MOVE CACI-ACNT-N TO W01-ACNT-NUM.
MOVE CACI-SOURC-SYSTM-N TO W01-SRC-SYS.
MOVE CACI-CUST-N TO W01-CUST-NUM.

MOVE W01-COMPST-KEY TO ACNT-SRC-CUST-KEY.

READ CUSTACFL KEY IS ACNT-SRC-CUST-KEY
INVALID KEY
MOVE 'N' TO W01-CACICURS-FOUND
END-READ.

EVALUATE W01-CUSTAC-FL-STAT
WHEN 0
MOVE 'Y' TO W01-CACICURS-FOUND
WHEN 23
MOVE 'N' TO W01-CACICURS-FOUND
END-EVALUATE.


Regards,
Vab
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Robert Sample

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 19, 2008 11:57 pm    Post subject:
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One more question :- My program opens the file(CUSTACFL) each time it has to read even if it is opened . I know this is not right but can this be the cause of the invalid key ?
Fix this and then try again. Most likely the invalid key is due to opening a file already open and then trying to read from it.
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mmwife

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 20, 2008 12:51 am    Post subject:
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Hi Vab,

Another thing to consider is the performance impact of OPENing the file before each READ.

I worked on correcting that type of coding and the job run time was reduced from over 3 hrs to 10 mins.

Where the OPEN creates an error condition, it may have an even bigger impact on performance.
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vab987

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 20, 2008 3:09 pm    Post subject: Thanks..
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Hi,

As stated by Robert and mmwife, the problem for " Invalid key err message " was opening the same file again and again without closing.

Thanks,
Vab
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