Ok :-))) thanks to Pete and Keith, from Keith answer, now, I understand something on the error in my OS400 V5R3 version. Because I have not knowledge of MI programs and user space but I know the RPG programs .



Grazie!! …. From Italy


----- Original Message ----- From: "Pete Hall" <pbhall@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Wow Keith! You actually read the distructions. If I had any pocket
protectors left, I'd definitely email one to you... OBTW, if anyone is
interested, I think I've got a copy of the save file with a RISC version
of the program in it.

Pete Hall
pbhall@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
http://pbhall.us


Keith Carpenter wrote:
I don't recall where I found a copy of it, but the utility was
distributed with a non-observable version of CRTIRSPC. This is a MI
program that creates the user space. So out of the box, it won't work
on RISC systems.

http://archive.midrange.com/bpcs-l/200010/msg00249.html

The source is provided, but to recompile the MI program you either need
another MI compiler or setup the 2 alternate programs as follows.

There should be source members called CRTIRPGMXX and QPRUSRPXX. Compile
and rename them CRTIRPGM and QPRUSRP respectively. This bypasses the
CRTIRSPC program and CRTIRPGM will work without a user space (uses an array)

Now compile CRTIRSPC with CRTIRPGM. The orginal CRTIRPGM and QPRUSRP
programs can be used again. The user space version will handle larger
programs than the array version.


Keith



Fabio Melisurgo wrote:
I Pete , tahnks a lot for your answare, I will inform you as soon as
possible....



----- Original Message ----- From: "Pete Hall" <pbhall@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "MI Programming on the AS400 / iSeries" <mi400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2007 2:47 AM
Subject: Re: [MI400] ... please I need your help ... :-))


It's not in a different job. I'm sure of that. I'd look at what happens
exactly when it tries to create the user space. I don't recall it, but
see if the calling convention has changed for QUSCRTUS in the last 15
years or so. That's about how old that code is. You should have all the
source, by the way. If you don't, and you'd like to have it, let me
know, and I'll get it to you. There's no reason it shouldn't work. It's
an old RPG3 program that just loads a source member into a temporary
user space, then calls QPRCRTPG with options that support the available
(circa early '90s) compile options.

Pete Hall
pbhall@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
http://pbhall.us
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