Chris, we have last four parms as:

"*          ",  
1,                                                      
"    ",                                                 
"\0\0\0\0\0\0\0\0");

and use it as a C define, not wrapped in a function call.  This was an
important distinction for us.

HTH - Elvis

-----Original Message-----
Subject: [C400-L] Sending an *ESCAPE msg via QMHSNDPM

 
I have a C program that needs to send an *ESCAPE msg.  In QMHSNDPM I
coded the stack to '*' and '*prv' and stack counter to various values,
but the program keeps getting the unhandled exception message on the
*ESCAPE it just sent.  Our group's working hypothesis is the C program
is getting notified because QMHSNDPM is called from it, and it is the
next up the stack.  

Does this sound correct?  If so, what values do I need to get the
*ESCAPE msg back to the program's caller?

Thanks! 




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