When we implement modules from our development environment to our test environment we use a home grown application.
This uses SYSMAIN to copy the source from one library to the other, then catalogs the source in the target library.
It appears that when we implement a map and a program, that the map is not removed from the buffer pool when it is catalogued.
Therefore, if for example fields have been added to the map, the result is a Nat 936, if the program is executed.
This can be cleared by stowing both modules or deleting the map from the buffer pool.
Is this a know problem?
We are wondering if we need to include a delete of the module from the buffer pool as a step in our implementation.