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John,
Thanks for checking it. If it ran for you it must be a version issue. I am having this issue on Red Hat, perhaps there are older copies of the modules in the path and they are loaded before my lib. On the IIs box they were the only copies so your explanation must be correct.
I appreciate your time!
jg
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