Shane:

"(P)rovided that there is nothing specific to that environment or AS/400", you 
should have no problem. An obvious example of a possible problem would be if 
the application generated source code on the fly for, say, a custom report 
writer and tried to compile it with CRTCBLPGM.

Tom Liotta

On Wed, 23 January 2002, Lakes Shane wrote%

> Just a quick question. If I have an AS/400 with a COBOL/400 program that is
> compiled (executable code and no RPG on the machine) and provided that there
> is nothing specific to that environment or AS/400 that the program would
> uses, is it possible to send the executable code to and AS/400 that has no
> COBOL/400 on it (only has RPG) and still get the program to run? I think it
> should work but I am not 100% sure. Any insight would be appreciated.

--
Tom Liotta
The PowerTech Group, Inc.
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Kent, WA 98032
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