On 8/5/2011 6:39 AM, Eric Lee wrote:
I'm trying to call an RPG program with a Data structure as a program
parameter, but the data doesn't come in formatted as I have defined
them.

Use PCML to call the program ... VERY easy to define data structures.

<pcml version="3.0">

<program name="SymbolicProgramEntryPointName"
path="/QSYS.LIB/%LIBL%.LIB/SRVORPGM.srvpgm"
entrypoint="HOST_PROGRAM_ENTRYPOINT">
<struct name="parms" usage="output">
<data name="subfield1" type="char" length="120" />
<data name="subfield2" type="int" length="4" precision="31" />
<data name="subfield3" type="char" length="10" />
<data name="subfield4" type="char" length="32" />
<data name="subfield5" type="char" length="32" />
<data name="subfield6" type="char" length="10" />
<data name="subfield7" type="char" length="1" />
</struct>
</program>

</pcml>

david



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