Jim,  you are correct in V5R1 you need the PASE environment to do C++
programs.  I think it runs about $100.  That price covers the unix

ps. you shouldn't just create the qsysinc library it is a seperate lic pgm
5722SS1   13       5050    OS/400 - System Openness Includes

 Bryan Dietz
3X Corporation

                      Jim Langston
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I had remembered that we had C now, and wrote a quick Hello World program
C and
tried to compile, it complained I needed QSYSINC library, so I created the
library, compiled
successfully and ran.  Very good.

Then I changed the type to CPP to see if I have C++, I went to compiled and
it is complained:
Message . . . . :   System support for OS/400 Portable Application

  Environment not installed.

Cause . . . . . :   An attempt was made to run an OS/400 PASE program when

  system support needed to run the program is not installed. Recovery  . .
    Install OS/400 option 33 and then try the request again.

Do I have this or is this a pay more add on?  I'd like to know before I
start searching the CDs
for this option.


Jim Langston

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