If your never ending program waits on a file or data queue read, you can
   just put logic in to refresh the Logical Date at the top of your
   processing loop.  If the program does it's processing without waiting on
   any outside input, you could put in logic to check the system date and
   refresh your "Logical Date" near the top of the processing loop.

   Cesar Mendoza wrote:

   message: 2
   date: Mon, 02 Feb 2004 15:23:17 -0500
   from: "Cesar Mendoza" <mendoza_cmg@xxxxxxx>
   subject: [COBOL400-L]  Never Ending program
   I have a never ending online program (Five sessions) and every night the
   program is ending (Down) to refresh the data (Logical Date) then Up the
   program and work all day.

   My problem is to avoid "Down/Up" but I want to refresh the data.
   Does anyone know, What can I do to avoid it?
   Thanks for any help, Regards,
   (o o)
   Un abrazo cordial,
   Cesar A. Mendoza Gomez
   Calle Buen Retiro 216 Chalet 22 - Lima 33 - Peru
   Phone: +(511) 434-2024
   Mobile: +(511) 985-42410

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