Looks like *NEW which creates a new a named, or should I say numbered, activation group.
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From: Billy Rowe [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, January 31, 2001 9:54 AM
Subject: FTP system program activation group
Is the activation group that the FTP system activation group runs in
a ILE activation group or does it function like the default activation
group? Since it has a name "1611", I would think it functions like a
named activation group.
Rqs or ---Activation Group---
Lvl Procedure Number Name
QCMD 0000000001 *DFTACTGRP
INITIALCL 0000000002 *DFTACTGRP
1 QCMD 0000000001 *DFTACTGRP
_CXX_PEP 0000001611 1611
main 0000001611 1611
< inLoop__Fv 0000001611 1611
< __FUsPcT2i 0000001611 1611
< ReadSsnDta 0000001611 1611
< dleAIDRead 0000001611 1611
< andleInput 0000001611 1611
PutGetBuf 0000001611 1611
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