>this is the debug info (just before %str()
>creates a pointer error):
> > EVAL result
> > EVAL Resultchar
>   Variable not available to display.
> > EVAL pdu_ds
>   NEXT OF PDU_DS = SPP:E9EB3556D5003A10
>   OID OF PDU_DS = SPP:E9EB3556D5003A20
>   ASN_TYPE OF PDU_DS = SPP:E9EB3556D5003A30
>   VAL_LEN OF PDU_DS = 90
>   RESULT OF PDU_DS = SPP:E9EB3556D5003A50

Whoa, freaky!  And there's no operations between any of the EVAL's?  I'm
grasping here, but is there a chance that the first "result" is in a
different procedure from the "result of pdu_ds"?

Try basing Resultchar on a different pointer, and doing an eval

Very odd.  Is this a PTF issue?

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