• Subject: Re: Temporary Addresses - What causes them to be used up?
  • From: Bob Buchanan <bobbyb@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 17:27:37 -0800

Yes, but if you are waiting on a journal for new entries (ala MIMIX) so
you can go do something or use the info to update a summary file, there
is really no good way to "group" the journal accesses. 

Thanks, I have what I wanted to know.  (Not that I like it, but it may
just be the 2x4 these guys need to get off their CISC)
-Bob

> Gary Monnier wrote:
> 
> Yes,  RCVJRNE  is one way.   RTVJRNE and DSPJRN  are others.   It
> doesn't
> matter if you are pulling 1 or multiple entries at a time.  Each time
> they
> are executed a temporary  address is consumed.   If you execute
> RCVJRNE  for
> each journal entry sequence number between 1 and 1,000 you consume
> 1,000
> temporary addresses.  If you execute RCVJRNE for the range of sequence
> 
> numbers 1 through 1,000 you consume 1 temporary address.
> 
> The following code snippet will consume 1000 temporary addresses.
> 
> CHGVAR VAR(X) VALUE(1)
> NEXT:
> RCVJRNE JRN(ABC) FROMENT(X) TOENT(X)
> CHGVAR VAR(X) VALUE(X + 1)
> IF (X *LT 1000)  Then(GOTO NEXT)
> 
> This code snippet consumes 1 temporary address.
> 
> RCVJRNE JRN(ABC) FROMENT(1) TOENT(1000)
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bob Buchanan <bobbyb@camstar.com>
> To: Gary Monnier <GaryMon@powertechgroup.com>
> Cc: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
> Date: 19 January 2000 10:33
> Subject: Re: Temporary Addresses - What causes them to be used up?
> 
> >By journal receiver extractions, are you talking about RCVJRNE?  That
> 
> >would explain a lot.
> >-Bob
> >
> >> Gary Monnier wrote:
> >>
> >> Check for journal receiver extractions.  Each time you extract data
> 
> >> from a
> >> journal receiver  it eats a temporary space.
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