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I read that article this morning as well.  All i can say is thhe following
code works here and I'm on v5r1:

D BfrDS           DS
D  FileName                     10
D  Library                      10
D  MbrName                      10
D  TrigEvent                     1
D  TrigTime                      1
D  CmtLckLvl                     1
D                                3
D  CCSID                        10i 0
D                                8
D  BfrOffset                    10i 0
D  BfrLength                    10i 0
D  BfrNullOff                   10i 0
D  BfrNullMap                   10i 0
D  AftOffset                    10i 0
D  AftLength                    10i 0
D  AftNullOff                   10i 0
D  AftNullMap                   10i 0
D                               16
D  BufferChr                 32767    Overlay(BfrDS)
D   BufferAry                    1    Overlay(BufferChr)
D                                     Dim(%size(BufferChr))
D bfr_CSPCM     E DS                  ExtName(CSPCM) Prefix(bfr_)
D                                     Based(BfrPtr)

D aft_CSPCM     E DS                  ExtName(CSPCM) Prefix(aft_)
D                                     Based(AftPtr)
D BufferLen       s             10i 0
D BfrPtr          s               *
D AftPtr          s               *
C                   Eval      Bfrds = %subst(BfrRcd:1:BufferLength)
C                   Eval      BfrPtr = %addr(BufferAry(BfrOffset + 1))
C                   Eval      AftPtr = %addr(BufferAry(AftOffset + 1))

I had a problem with v5r1 triggers, but it was caused by the total length of
the buffer changing and becoming longer than the data queue it eventually
gets placed on.  That's nothing to do with softcoding the buffer, just the
fact that the nullmap expanded and caused a record that was less than 1024
to end up being longer, the truncation (fortunately) happened in the middle
of a packed numeric field and caused a DDE in the program that read the
dtaq, otherwise we could have been passing on a truncated buffer for some(?)

Tom Westdorp
AS/400 Senior Programmer/Analyst

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-----Original Message-----
From: Klein, Ron []
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 2:30 PM
Subject: Triggers in V5R1

 Hi All,
I have a question about the new trigger buffers in V5R1.  I just read the
article that Jon and Susan wrote.  My question is with the code below are we
addressing the offset correctly so as not to run into the potential problems
in the new release.

I believe we are, but I would like to get some type of reassurance before we
get to the new release and find out that we have several hundred triggeres
that won't fire correctly.

*Code snippet*
 * Set pointers for the before and after images
 C                   EVAL      WKBPTR = %ADDR(TRBUFARY(TROOFF + 1))
 C                   EVAL      WKAPTR = %ADDR(TRBUFARY(TRNOFF + 1))
*end of Snippet*


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