Did I miss something here?  Recently I had reason to revive an OPM
disassembler which was last assembled under v2r3.  While I worked thru
the expected problems at sec lvl 40 by converting to using space and
index APIs, I found that the subroutine structure of my code failed at
v4r2.  In particular, when a CALLX was made to a program it entered the
code at the first entry point [ignoring whether it was declared INT or
EXT].
If the external entry point is first the code works fine.  Is there some
API option I missed which protects one from calling externally an
INTernal entry point?


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