• Subject: RE: MCH3402
  • From: John P Carr <jpcarr@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 20:07:04 -0400

>> I appreciate the reply.  Unfortunately, I'm not sure which program to
"add the padding" to.  There's one program in particular that, when it gets
called, the calling >> program receives the MCH3402 (but only sometimes). 
The called program never gets executed.  And this program is called from
many different programs.  So, I >>c an't debug the called program and the
calling programs - well I'm not sure.  As others have mentioned regarding
this, it's likely that the corruption occured in >> some other program well
before this one particular program gets called.  There are just so many
different programs in this job.
Dave  >>

Dave is it possible to recompile them in a test library (Their RPGIV right?
if not convert them first) with  DBGVIEW(*Source).   
Start debug and just Step (F10) or step into the called programs(F22)  and
follow it one time.  

Do a DSPPGMREF to an outfile of each program.   That will tell you which
ones call which ones.    Match the parms in 
Caller/Called programs.    It's tedious,   but either Debugging (Stepping
into F22) or visibly matching the parms is 
the only way.

John Carr

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