> From: Dan
>
> Surely, there must be a program to call.  The call stack changes
> to include QQUDC in library
> QQRYLIB once a query is selected from the list and "Define the
> Query" screen is displayed.  Tried
> calling it, but it requires parameters.  Is there a way to
> determine parameter attributes from a
> program object?

AGH!

This is news to me: there is a parameter that shows up on display command
called "state used to call program" which is either *SYSTEM or *USER.
System commands all are set to *SYSTEM, and if I try to call the CPP for
such a command directly, I get an MCH6801 error (domain violation).

I guess this means I need to understand domains a little better now.  I
suspect this this is what Chapter 11 is all about, eh?

Joe


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