Maybe you should have a look at the GOBACK statement
"Keep it simple!"
Fra: cobol400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cobol400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] På vegne av Jeff Buening
Sendt: 28. mai 2010 14:06
Emne: [COBOL400-L] STOP RUN VS RCLACTGRP (name)
If I have a program running in a activation group "name" and I issue a STOP RUN in that program it shuts down the activation group, releases file locks, etc.... If I use the RCLACTGRP (name) does this close the same stuff the STOP RUN would or is there more to the RCLACTGRP in this scenario? Basically does STOP RUN and RCLACTGRP(name) do the same thing.
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