• Subject: Re: How does a %SWITCH work in a CL program
  • From: Mani <mani@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 14 May 1998 16:17:50 -0700

Ravi,

The CL is checking for the status of U1 indicator. It does not care for the
status of U2-U8. The RPG program P98315 is setting ON/OFF the U1 indicator.

HTH,
...Mani

At 11:40 AM 5/14/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Howdy folks,
>
>I am trying to debug a JDE CL program. In the CL a call is made to
>a RPG program.
>  CALL P98315 PARM(&PSPID &PSVERS &PSFILE &PSMBR &PSMSGQ)
>   IF COND(%SWITCH(1XXXXXXX)) THEN (DO)
>    GOTO EOJ
>   ENDDO
>
>I have never worked with %SWITCH so I am not sure how to debug this.
>Anyways, after the call to the RPG is made and control returns to
>the CL, the IF condition is true and the CL program terminates.
>What do I look for in the RPG that would change the %SWITCH status?
>How does the RPG communicate the changed status back to the CL?
>
>Any pointers would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
>
>
>Ravi Viswanthan
>Systems Group, Inc
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