I wrote:
>> ...
>> Now, obviously, if I were doing this in Java, I'd put it in a try/catch
>> block. But what about calling from RPG?

to which Barbara Morris replied:
You should be able to use RPG's MONITOR block to catch the error.

If you've already tried MONITOR here, is there some reason it's not
working for you?

Hmm. The JDBCR4 service program *does* use a monitor to keep the Java exception from crashing the calling program.

But it doesn't keep the stack trace from popping up on the screen, which seems a bit unsightly.

Now, I was able to use an OVRDBF to redirect STDERR to a stream file, in order to capture the stack trace. Would something like that be the only solution here?

--
JHHL

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