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Gary L Peskin wrote:
As for the value, you seem to be doing an awful lot of conversions. >Try:

myPackedVar = ((BigDecimal)
myPackedParm.toObject(parms[5].getOutputData())).intValue();

if (parms[5].getOutputDataLength() > 0)
myPackedVar = Integer.parseInt(
myPackedParm.toObject(parms[5].getOutputData()).toString());
}

Fantastic Gary! That works just great. It's a lot to ask, but I could
really use a little instruction here. How would I know that I could cast
AS400PackedDecimal to BigInt? I don't see it in the javadoc class hierarchy.

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Pete Hall
pete@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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