DDS Error when creating Logical File

Hi All, I need to create a lf over a pf that has 5 members. When I go to execute the creation, I get a DDS error relating to the severity level indicated. I feel like I'm doing something fundimentally wrong creating the file. Can someone give me the steps to create a LF. do I need to create a member first because that's where I feel like I'm getting hung up.

Thanks for your help in advance.

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Theo KouwenhovenApplication ConsultantCommented:
What DDS error you get?

BTW you don't have to recreate the files, the command CHGPF can change is against the DDS-source,
all members  and logicals are involved in the change.

(dont do it for huge files)
Gary PattersonVP Technology / Senior Consultant Commented:
1) Create DDS that describes the LF you want to create.

     A          R ORDHDR                    PFILE(ORDHDRP)
     A          K ORDER


If you have more problems, plase post your DDS, your CRTLF command, and any errors you get.

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Anthony6890Author Commented:
Sorry, was a way for business, hence the lack of response from me.

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