• Subject: Re: Decimal Data Error
  • From: "Richard Williams" <rickw@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Sep 1997 19:11:30 -0400

 That you have defined X$YYYY as *dec(4.0) does not guarantee that a valid,
numeric value is passed to the program. I suspect that X$YYYY is *BLANK.



-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Truax <truax@usaor.net>
To: midrange-L@midrange.com <midrange-L@midrange.com>
Date: Tuesday, September 09, 1997 6:28 PM
Subject: Decimal Data Error



Hi All,
I am from the S36 world and am now working with the AS400.  One very
frustrating thing is the DDE's that I get from time to time.  Please
look at the following:

I have a program that gets called from other programs-
C***************************************************************** 
C* MAINLINE CALCULATION AREA.                                    * 
C***************************************************************** 
C           *ENTRY    PLIST                                        
C                     PARM           X$YYYY  40      <--4 pos/0dec      
C                     PARM           X$MM    20                    
C                     PARM           X$DD    20                    
C                     PARM           @D1RT   1                     
C                     PARM           @D1TP   1                     
C                     PARM           @D1N#   30                    
C                     PARM           Y$YYYY  40                    
C                     PARM           Y$MM    20                    
C                     PARM           Y$DD    20                    
C                     PARM           @D1NM   3                     
C*   

I am getting a DDE on this line-

C* PLACE THE YYYY INTO HDYTST.                                     
C                     MOVELX$YYYY    HDYTST  80    <--DDE happening
here!


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