If they are designed as you say, then you can probably just leave the AGs active. You might want to check the option to initialize variables on entry - can't recall the syntax - haven't coded much COBOL in the last five years or so.

You have to realize that OPM and ILE were never really intended to be mixed. The fact that they can do so at all was more for IBM's convenience than any other reason. Read this to get a better idea why: http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com/ibmi/developer/7923p1.aspx


Jon Paris

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On 4-Nov-09, at 2:23 PM, Jeff Buening wrote:

- - - - - - So since these sub-programs are used throughout the system I
will need to add a RCLACTGRP everywhere just to get my one application
switch to ILE or make and ILE version of the sub-programs for my
application? This all seems to go against the KISS principle if you ask
me.


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