16 Unexpected data format
Unexpected or invalid data formatting was detected by the DataConnector while attempting to deblock data. This problem is caused in 3 possible ways: 1) An end-of-file (EOF) was encountered before an expected end-of-record (EOR) was found. This occurs with text and FastLoad formatted data. 2) An expected EOR was not found after examining a second block of data. This implies that the expected data is larger than could fit in the provided buffers. This occurs with text and FastLoad formatted data. 3) An improper EOR byte was encountered while processing unformatted or FastLoad formatted data.
Examine data for errors. Refer problem to client utility and/or access module support.