I want to call API QUSROBJD to check if an object
exists or not. The API call is working but it sends an
escape message terminating the program when an error
occurs (file not found, etc.). How do i prevent this ?
I want to use the info provided in the error area to
check for the exception ID, but the program blows
everytime the object is not found. When i call this
API from an RPG program the program flow continues
when an error occurs, how do i simulate this behavior

Thanks in advance.

Carlos Kozuszko.

#include <stdlib.h>
#include <qsnddtaq.h>
#include <QUSROBJD.h>
#include <qtes.h>

typedef struct {
    int Bytes_Returned;
    int Bytes_Available;
    char Exception_ID[7];
    char Reserved;
    char Exception_Data[240];
} ERRC0100_t;

void main() {
    _TE_NAME_T objType;
    _TE_OBJLIB_T dtaq;
    Qus_OBJD0100_t objInfo;
    ERRC0100_t errInfo;
    /* Verificar si existen las colas */
    memcpy(dtaq.lib, "QTEMP     ", 
    memcpy(dtaq.obj, "OUT_ABGQ  ", 
    memcpy(objType, "*DTAQ     ", 
    QUSROBJD(&objInfo, sizeof(objInfo), 
             "OBJD0100", &dtaq, 
             objType, &errInfo);

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