I am using the following OPNQRYF statement:
OPNQRYF FILE((*LIBL/INPOP30H) (*LIBL/MSVMP100)) FORMAT(G#MHP001) QRYSLT('poiglCS *EQ + "0000030" *AND RQ3DT *GE "' *CAT &FRYMDL + *CAT '" *AND RQ3DT *LE "' *CAT &TOYMDL + *CAT '" ') KEYFLD(*FILE) JFLD((1/VNDNO + 2/VNDNO)) MAPFLD((VNDNO '1/vndno') + (POIGLC '%digits(poigl)' *CHAR 15) + (POIGLCS '%sst(poiglc 1 7)' *CHAR 7)) + OPNID(G#MHP001) OPTIMIZE(*MINWAIT)OPTALLAP(*YES) TYPE(*PERM)
The above statement has been working and only recently began failing with the following error message: Pointer no set for location referenced. Internal failure occurred in query processor. CPF4204
I do not know how to resolve. Any ideas?
An internal failure error message usually means you have hit a defect in the operating system. I would verify that you have the latest Database Group PTF installed and if you do, then report the problem to IBM Support.
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