Nope.

It was supposed to be added. But it doesn't ever seem to have happened. Which is rather funny in a way because the idea of imbedding compiler directives on RPG's H-spec came from COBOL's PROCESS statement!


Jon Paris

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On Feb 20, 2010, at 6:41 PM, Joe Pluta wrote:

In ILE RPG, I can define the activation group for my program in the
H-Spec using DFTACTGRP(*NO) and ACTGRP(xxx). That way I don't have to
do it in my compile command. Is there a corresponding technique in ILE
COBOL?

Joe
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