Thanks hugely for this report.

At 06:11 PM 5/28/1998 -0600, you wrote:
>       Hi all, 
>       and thank you very much for your valuable input. Team work rules,
>as usual. Here is what I found out using all ideas and some of my
>       I used "Receive Program Message" - API with these key parameters:
>       format No. 0100
>       current call-stack position (*)
>       call-stack entry number 3
>       message type *LAST
>After calling this API, command name and all parameters start from
>position no. 49 of message data. 
>       It's important to know that this setup will work only for
>validation program, not for main process program. Reason for it is that
>those two programs have different positions on the call-stack; there is
>one more system program involved with validation program and therefore
>val. pgm. is two stack-positions away from command processor (I gues that
>call-stack entry number should be changed to 2 in case of main program,
>but didn't try). 
>       Also, message type *REQ didn't work for me, because once request
>message is processed by command processor, it's considered to be *OLD, and
>I have to chose some type that would enable API to receive *ALL messages.
>       I'd like to apologize to people who were upset with my previous
>comment (about first college year ...). I simply tried to make a joke, to
>be funny, but it looks that I missed the target. Once again, sorry guys
>and no hard feelings.

Been there, done that.  :-)


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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