Not at all. You have to read all of the words. I said that global reassignment can only be done from the All Objects tab. Your message describes partial reassignment techniques."Global object ID reassignment can only be done successfully from the All Objects tab."
That's a bit of an overstatement, inadvertent I'm sure. You can do an object ID reassignment from any object screen, but some screens may not reveal the source of a re-assignment error.
OK, now I see what you were saying.Not at all. You have to read all of the words. I said that global reassignment can only be done from the All Objects tab. Your message describes partial reassignment techniques.
Without knowing exactly what Object IDs you're selecting for reassignment and exactly what Object IDs you have in your .P500 file, it's hard to say exactly what you're doing wrong. All we can say is that you're selecting some number <n> of objects, trying to reassign them starting with new ID <m>, and you already have some other (not-selected) object whose ID is between <m> and <m+n-1>.I tried selecting my first conventional object Id which is 00008 and I keep getting the error...One or more of the object id's is already in use. I tried to start there and also at 00000. Same error. What am I doing wrong?
If you are only choosing the conventional stuff and trying to reorder them the conflict is coming from your TSYS (or other) objects.Ok Don this is the file I am having problems with. For example I highlite all the conventional object ID's, I go to reassign ID's , open it slect starting number either 00000 or the currect 1st ID 00008 click ok and I get the error