Jon ,

Not using GOBACK to replace every STOP RUN makes sense, but would it
be correct to use GOBACK instead of EXIT PROGRAM just to take out the
chance of falling through the EXIT PROGRAM (unless you wanted to use AND
CONTINUE RUN UNIT)? I have noticed some of our sub programs use EXIT
PROGRAM in the middle of the program and can see issues if I leave like
that and start working with OPM ILE mix.





message: 3
date: Wed, 4 Nov 2009 08:14:49 +0100
from: <geir.kildal@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [COBOL400-L] DFTACTGRP(*YES) vs ACTGRP(*Caller)

Hi.

Interesting discussion, this. I have programmed the same calls to ILE
pgms from OPM pgms as Jeff describes, without knowing what possible
traps I could run into.
But one question for you gents: Is there any reason for using STOP
RUN/EXIT PROGRAM when we have GOBACK, that will act as an EXIT PROGRAM
when detected in a called pgm, and as a STOP RUN if it is in a
'non-called' pgm?


Mvh.

Geir.

"Keep it simple!"




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message: 4
date: Wed, 4 Nov 2009 10:01:56 -0500
from: Jon Paris <jon.paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [COBOL400-L] DFTACTGRP(*YES) vs ACTGRP(*Caller)

If you are in a mixed ILE OPM environment it can be "interesting"
because the system may not agree with you as to what is a subprogram.

You need to check your specific usage and make sure that you are
indeed getting a STOP RUN from it when you expect one. Also remember
that the STOP RUN will only tear down the ILE AG - not the OPM one.


Jon Paris

www.Partner400.com
www.SystemiDeveloper.com






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