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Dan, there may be other/better ways, but the way I do it is to pass a parm
to the program and have the program set a return code which I then check in
the CL. The CPF(and other) messages will monitor specific conditions that
arise when running commands within the CL but conditions happening in the
called program most likely while not raise those conditions.

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Rasch [mailto:drasch@mail.win.org]
Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2002 1:49 PM
To: midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject: Monitoring for CL success



What is the best way to monitor for successful completion of a program
called from CL?  Do I need the list of 'possible' CPF's or is there a
better way to accomplish this?

TIA,

Dan Rasch - because if the human species concentrated on the really
important things in life, there would be a shortage of fishing poles!
IBM Certified twice....... but still a couple PTFs away from Nirvana.

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