The best way is to amend the program and pass those parms as constants
to the variables.



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Subject: [BPCS-L] Passing parameters to options called from BPCS menus

I have a CLLE program that accepts two parameters.

Is there a way to call the program from a BPCS menu option, passing the
parameters (which will always be the same when called from the menu)?

Or do I have to create a wrapper program with no parms, and call that?

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