At 03:11 PM 1/11/99 +0000, you wrote:
>
>
>Does anyone know of an equivalent CL command to the S/36 OCL Statement:
>
>// IF ACTIVE-PROGNAME
>
>The best advice I can get so far is to set switches in a Data Area - but of
>course if the program crashes the switches stay set.
>Any solutions mirroring the simplicity of the S/36 gratefully appreciated.
>
There are three TAA Tools that replicate this function:

Check active object (CHKACTOBJ)
Check active program (CHKACTPGM)
Check active user (CHKACTUSR)

Al




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