Ron:

Hard to tell from the snippet but what you included seems correct. One point is 
that, using this technique, it should work on V4R5 the same as it would on V5R1 
so you can test this code before upgrading. By referencing the offsets, you're 
using the buffers 'correctly'. The code should be essentially upgrade-proof.

Tom Liotta

On Fri, 11 January 2002, "Klein, Ron" 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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