• Subject: Re: Operational Descriptor for Data Structure using CEEDOD
  • From: "David Morris" <dmorris@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 09:48:33 -0600


Frustrating isn't it.  I usually do something like:

dStructure                    s                      like(StructureDS)
dpStructure                 s                  *   inz(%addr(Structure))
dStructureDS              ds                   based(pStructure)

I then pass Structure.  I have been told that this is a 
non-compiler issue.  I wish someone could make this work.  If 
this is a Rochester issue they ought to just fix it.  In the mean 
time, it is so simple to code around I would think someone who 
writes compilers could put in a universal under the covers 
work around.

David Morris

>>> Dave Mahadevan <mahadevan@fuse.net> 07/12/99 06:42PM >>>

When I pass a string to CEEDOD it correctly describes the parameter.
When I pass a character data structure it says "Missing operational
descriptor" .  Of course, I can copy the data structure into a string
and pass it as a parameter (which works), but I am curious, how do
others handle data structures with options(*varsize) with opdesc in the

Thank You.


Dave Mahadevan.. mailto:mahadevan@fuse.net 

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