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Definition not found for symbol 'PNCOPYM'.

Definition not found for symbol 'PNCOPYM'.

Definition not found for symbol 'PNCOPYM'.

(OP)
Hello everyone,

I created a module called PNCOPYM and
when I used the Crtpgm command to bind it with a CL
module I created I keep getting the following message.



Cause . . . . . :   No definition was found for reference PNCOPYM in *MODULE  
  object DACOPYCL in library ULRMODS. The definition either does not exist or
  is not of the same data or procedure type as the reference.                 
Recovery  . . . :   Try the Create Program (CRTPGM) command again, supplying  
  an object that contains a definition for symbol PNCOPYM.                    
                                                             Has anyone run into this before? If so any tips would be greatly appreciated
                 

RE: Definition not found for symbol 'PNCOPYM'.

The CRTPGM should look like that

CRTPGM PGM(MYPGM)                          
       MODULE(DACOPYCL PNCOPYM)    
       ENTMOD(*FIRST) <-- if DACOPYCL is the entry module                     

RE: Definition not found for symbol 'PNCOPYM'.

(OP)
Thanks that worked out fine

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