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RPG III program will not execute inside a RPG IV program  (error message:  MCH3401)....

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I am trying to call a rpg III program and it is failing.  The parent program is RPG IV and I am running "Turnover" on the iSeries v5r4.  "dsr596dbe" is the name of the RPG III program.

The things I have tried:  1.  Made sure that my library is in the library list.  2.  Switched from lower to upper case with the rpg call.
c                 call      'dsr596dbe'                      
c                 parm                    #bdte              
c                 parm                    #edte              
c                 parm                    cus                
c                 parm                    #tdbe              
c                 parm                    #rcst             1
c                 parm                    #cdbei            3
c                 parm                    #cdbeo            3


Message ID . . . . . . :   MCH3401       Severity . . . . . . . :   40        
Message type . . . . . :   Diagnostic                                         
Date sent  . . . . . . :   06/15/10      Time sent  . . . . . . :   09:21:19  
                                                                              
Message . . . . :   Cannot resolve to object dsr596dbe. Type and Subtype      
  X'0201' Authority X'0000'.                                                  
Cause . . . . . :   Either a system pointer or a data pointer can not be      
  resolved.                                                                   
    For a system pointer, it can not be resolved to object dsr596dbe, type and
  subtype X'0201', authorization X'0000', because either the named object was 
  not in any context referred to or the correct object was located but the    
  user profile did not have the required authority.

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