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Thanks Phil and Buck. I think I'm going in the right direction.
1. I need a CRTCLMOD of all the modules, which is equivalent of a Makefile
in Unix.
2. Create a *BNDDIR type for the drivers in the Makefile (CRTCLMOD) which is
the equivalent of a -L linker directive in Unix. 3. Then CRTCLPGM to compile
the CLMOD created in step 1, CRTCLMOD.
When the CLPGM is executed it will create the tax driver.
That's the basic plan.

-----Original Message-----
From: Hall, Philip []
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2001 10:54 AM
To: ''
Subject: RE: [C400-L] CL


> I'm looking for a good reference for CL language.

The online CL reference works for me;

[ ]

> Now to link this service program to a CL program, hopefully that would
> probably solve this issue. I am kind of new at this and have
> been stumbling on the CL language part to bring this all together.

To use *SRVPGMs, you need to be using ILE/CL (CLLE member types) obviously,
and the CALLPRC command (explained in the above book chapter 3).

If this (and it probably will) is a non-os400 *SRVPGM you are trying to bind
your ILE/CL program to, you'll need to use the two-step compile & bind
approach. To do this, use CRTCLMOD then use CRTPGM, filling in the blanks
for your module and library information. On the CRTPGM command there is a
parameter (BNDSRVPGM) for listing *SRVPGMs (such as the Vertex *SRVPGM) to
search & bind to for external procedures.

Hope this helps,


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