Unfortunately  QLICVTTP does not convert ALL types.

QLICNV is in user domain than we shoul be "allowed" to call it, but it seems
that MI is the only way.

Because sometimes with pointer redefinition or other tricks,  we can do what
seems impossible I just asked to see if someone did try.

-- Giuseppe


----- Original Message -----
From: "Bruce Vining" <bvining@us.ibm.com>
To: <mi400@midrange.com>
Sent: Wednesday, November 20, 2002 9:03 PM
Subject: Re: [MI400] Pass parameters by value


>
> Per the RPG Reference manual, external program calls require that
> parameters be passed by reference.  I assume that you have looked at the
> API Convert Type (QLICVTTP) and found that it could not provide the
> necessary conversions?
>
> Bruce
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>                       "Giuseppe
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>                       11/20/2002 11:27
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> Some internal programs (like QLICNV) accept parameters by value.
> Is it possible to call them in (RPG)ILE or we must write a MI interface?
>
> Giuseppe Costagliola
> gcosta@sidin.it
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