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Again, SQL-STATEMENT-TEXT is now commented out. How I can reference the
SQL-STATEMENT-TEXT?
I think you need to start by finding out why those fields are commented
out - start with another program that uses the same copy member and work
from there.

Since (for example) the statement length makes no sense without the
statement, and the array count makes no sense without the array, something
else is going on. I would suspect that another copy >member is being used
and this one was kept around just to keep certain programs that needed the
remaining fields for other purposes happy.

Jon Paris

Jon - these are the copybooks as delivered from IBM. I thought there were
methods in COBOL (new for me) that allowed for some fancy referencing of
fields like this. I will keep on searching. A Google search of EZDAEP,
etc has not come up with anything useful so far.

Scott


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