I've got an ILE Cobol program I've just written that reads through the output of a DSPFFD command but when it tries to read it I am being returned a blank file status but successfully returns the first record.

It successfully opened the file, returning a '00' file status for that operation, which suggests to me I've got everything correctly setup.

In debug (I'm using SEP in RDp) I have set the status to '00' and continued to the next read and I get the same issue.

The file is selected as a sequential file (as it has no key) with an access mode of sequential and I am using declaratives but it doesn't seem to execute the declaratives.

Has anyone got any idea what is causing this?

Best regards,

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