Hi Richard,

this was code that I obtained from Tim McCarthy when he was at Trailblazer
systems ca. 1996. I've never debugged an MI program before. Any tips on
how to do this?

Also if anyone knows if the number of job tables is now more than 30 that
might be a clue.


On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 6:59 PM, Rich Hart <richhart@xxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Paul,

I was able to get your program to compile, but of course it abended when
tried to access the WCB-ROOT (Storage Protection Violation).
I don't mess with running System State! That's as far as I can take it.

I understand the process to access the Work Control Block tables' entries,
but I don't know where you got the offsets for the various Data Area
structures (LDA, GDA, PDA). Is that in Leif's book?

I would think if you debugged it, watching the THE-TABLE variable and
if it passes thirty, that would perhaps narrow the problem down.

Interesting. Don't see why it wouldn't work. That's for better heads


Rich Hart

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