I'd think that two CL programs would be easiest.  

The second program would be the one that shows the menu, and it would in
fact have three PARMs: PARM1= option chosen(1-4) PARM2=Library name,
PARM3=Quit/cancel from F3.   

Then the main CL would retrieve the information, fill the PARMs correctly,
call the 2nd CL. and then run the job based upon the information in the
PARMs returned from the 2nd CL. Much easier to write and to debug, and
offers more flexibility.


In <19980719233229.5780.rocketmail@send1e.yahoomail.com>, on 07/19/98 
   at 04:32 PM, mohammad khan <mohammadakhan@yahoo.com> said:


>The person has no idea how to approach the problem in the manner of the
>data area section to be specific.


>A                               DSPSIZ(24, 80 *D3)
>A                               CF03(03 'EXIT'
>A
>A  R MENU
>A                           5 33'ASSIGNMENT MENU'
>A                           8 32'1. RUN PGM 1 - ONLINE'
>1                          10 32'2. RUNG PGM 1 - BATCH'
>A                          12 32'3. RUN PGM 2 - ONLINE'
>1                          14 32'4. RUN PGM 1 - BATCH'
>A      OPTION      1   B   15 46   
>A                          15 33'ENTER OPTION'
>A      LIBRARY    10   B   16 46
>A                          16 33'ENTER LIBRARY'
>A                          20 37'F3=EXIT'

>-Write a CL program that will use the display file above as a menu but
>instead of receiving the name of the library from a program parameter,
>you will retrieve it from the job's local data area.

>-Before running the program change your local data area so that the first
>10 positions contain the name of the library accepted from the display
>file. Hint: CHGDTAARA *LDA

>-Using the RTVDTAARA command, retrieve the name of the library from the
>first 10 positions of the job's local data area. Hint: RTVDTAARA *LDA


>Thanks alot everyone!

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