problem is that it doesn't work and gives a really nasty error when one of
the internal routines makes a call to an outside program and passes parms.
While running it through debug and checking the values of each field each
step of the way, I discovered that elements of the parms in the offending
call `do not exist`. They are arranged thus:
10 Subfield-One Pic X(10) Value("PROGRAM")
10 Subfield-Two Pic X(10) Value("*LIBL")
10 Subfield-Three Pix X(10) Value("*ALL")
When I run the program through debug, subfield one is blank and the other
two list as "Identifier Does Not Exist". I thought it may have been the
positioning of subfields two and three but I have another parm field with
four elements... it finds one and four but two and three do not exist.
My clone has all of the necessary elements of the original which works. Why
would 10 level defined fields not be available to my program?
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