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RE: QCMDEXC (or) user written CLP program ?



fixed

Tim,

If you are talking about RPG then you can use the IN and OUT op codes.

Otherwise I don't think the difference would be significant. Either way will
involve a CALL to a program. For documentation purposes I would go with  a
C/L program.


Albert


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        From:   Tim Truax [SMTP:truax@telerama.com]
        Sent:   Monday, September 03, 2001 1:21 PM
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        Subject:        QCMDEXC (or) user written CLP program ?

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        Hey all,
        If I wanted to interrupt a HLL program to have it change a *DTAARA,
would it be
        more efficient to use the QCMDEXC call and send the CHGDTAARA
command ?
        (or)
        Would it be better if I wrote a small CLP that does the CHGDTAARA
command ?
        Thanks!
        Tim Truax  :-)
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