Make the display file user controlled, and only open it if you are not in
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> Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 8:36 PM
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> Subject: display screen in a program, but not used when program called
> from batch
> I've written an RPGIV program that uses a display file to get information
> if the information is missing from a record.
> In one circumstance I wish to schedule the job to run in batch at
> night. I
> have already ensured the information is not missing, so the display file
> will not be needed. However the batch job fails anyway.
> Is that what is supposed to happen, or is there another error I am not
> Is there a way to resolve this issue without writing a second identical
> program sans display?
> Thank you for your ideas, they are always welcome.
> Booth Martin
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