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Linking error on as400

Hi Folks,

I am trying to link C++ modules into a service program and getting following error
************************************************************
Message . . . . :   Definition not found for symbol                        
  'UTF32__14Char32EncodingFv'.                                            
                                                                           
Cause . . . . . :   No definition was found for reference                  
  UTF32__14Char32EncodingFv in *MODULE object UTF32 in library NG_BASE. The
  definition either does not exist or is not of the same data or procedure
  type as the reference.                                                  
***********************************************************
I can see the class defined UTF32 but cannot figure out how "Fv" is added at the end.
Does anyone know what this suffix is.

Appreciate any response in this regard.

Dhumal
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iJaffaCommented:
Hi

I'm no expert at this, but maybe you should check your spelling in UTF32 on this function(?), probaply named CharEncoding. I think the prefix/suffix is added by the compiler, and you won't find this exact name in your source.

Also try: DSPMOD MODULE(lib/module) DETAIL(*EXPORT)

to see if the other module(s) exports CharEncoding (I assume it's not in UTF32)
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dhumalAuthor Commented:
Hi Site Admin,

That is not the answer i am looking for , so I request you to credit my points back.

Regards,
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