Google "CEERTX ILE COBOL" (without quotes.)

The first link returned looks promising.

> On 2/6/2014 7:52 PM, MichaelQuigley@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I'm working in a system that has suffered job failures where some things
are left in a state that requires IT attention. I would like to register
an exit procedure via CEERTX (Register Call Stack Entry Termination User
Exit Procedure) so that we can programmatically handle the application
state--cleaning up things when the call stack is terminated.

I've coded a program to call the CEERTX procedure, but when I compile I
get an error telling me CEERTX cannot be located--specifically CPD5D02 "
Definition not found for symbol 'CEERTX'." I believe CEERTX is a
procedure and should be called using 'CALL PROCEDURE' syntax rather than
the default 'CALL PROGRAM'.

Any thoughts or suggestions?

Thanks,
Michael Quigley
Computer Services
The Way International
www.TheWay.org


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