• Subject: RE: MCH3402
  • From: Pete Hall <pbhall@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 20:24:23 -0500

At 09:04 10/13/1999 , David Leland wrote:

>I was afraid that this was the route I'd have to end up going.  It's gonna 
>be a long arduous task as there are probably a hundred or more potentially 
>called programs/service programs/subprocedures in this job.

What you could do (quick fix, but effective), is to define all of your 
output parameters with some amount of padding, like an extra 64 or 128 
bytes. That way if another program has a parm declared incorrectly, it 
won't corrupt storage that's actually being used. Obviously, it's better to 
find the real culprit, but this could help while you're looking...

Pete Hall
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