• Subject: Re: Calling CBLLE-procedures from a RPGLE-pgm?
  • From: jon.paris@xxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2001 13:01:55 -0400

You're welcome - I'm glad it was that - I was clueless otherwise <grin>

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You're right!  I have been away for some days now, and I just received your
answer.  I checked the PROGRAM-ID, which in the OPM-world didn't mean
anything, and I changed it to the right name, and VOILA - it worked.
THANKS a heep.



Likely cause of your problem is that the COBOL module doesn't have the
entry point name you think it does.  After you do the CRTCBLMOD do a DSPMOD
on the resulting module and look for the Export list (you'll have to hit
enter a few times to get there) - the name will probably be different than
the one you are using in the CALLB.  If not we'll have to think again.

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