Howard

At 02:53 PM 12/3/1997 EST, you wrote:
>
>Do you have any sample code in particular the DS stuff for RPG or the WS 
>stuff for COBOL or a CL to look at?
> ----------
>From: midrange-l-owner
>To: MIDRANGE-L
>Cc: Glenn-Ericson
>Subject: Re: CEEDAYS -- Where is it?
>Date: Tuesday, December 02, 1997 10:31PM
>
>At 09:41 AM 12/2/1997 -0500, you wrote:
>>At 02:55 AM 12/2/97 +0000, you wrote:
>>>Don
>>>
>>>At 03:56 PM 12/1/1997 -0400, you wrote:
>>>>All --
>>>>
>>>>My client has OS/400 V3R2.
>>>>
>>>>Writing in ILE RPG/400, I attempted to call the CEEDAYS API.
>>>>
>>>>I get the error, "Cannot resolve to object CEEDAYS blah blah".
>>>>
>>>>So I did an "DSPOBJD *ALL/CEEDAYS *ALL", but got nothing.
>>>>
>>>>Do they need to install the CEE API's ??
>>>>
>>>>Peace,
>>>>
>>>>-- Don Schenck
>>>
>>>I think CEEDAYS is a module in a service program. The CEE APIs are ILE, 
>not
>>>OPM. There's somewhere in the System API Reference (or Programming) that
>>>tells where they are. Otherwise, WRKSRVPGM Q* and then take option 5 to 
>see
>>>the modules. The service programs usually have fairly short names.
>>>
>>>HTH
>>>
>>>Vernon Hamberg
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>>Other option if you are stuck:
>>
>>1.  I believe someone on this  list has written or is writing/testing
>>         some  date routines that are free<?>.
>
>CEEDAYS has incredible date conversion functions and is part of the OS
>(system API). It is, in fact, what is used when you specify the DATE
>opcodes in RPG IV. If you DSPPGM on an RPG IV program that has DATE
>routines, you'll find some service programs listed that have names like
>QCEAW or some such. You'll also see the CEEDAYS procedure listed there.
>
>The date range for CEEDAYS goes back at least, I think, to 1560-something
>(start of Gregorian calendar) and forward to some ridiculous time (9999, I
>think).
>
>There are formatting options, the likes of which you have to see to
>believe. All easily called from any ILE program/module, including CLLE.

I'll throw something together. Others may know of things from Midrange
Computing or News/400.

Most of these don't have much need for DS's. They tend to have single
return variables.

Cheers

Vernon Hamberg
Systems Software Programmer
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
400 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN  55401-2499
(612) 371-1111 x480


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