Carel Teijgeler wrote:
You can test the trigger event from the trigger buffer, the events have
values 1, 2 or 3 for Insert, Update and Delete (respectively, IIRC). So you
do not have to test an error when sending and receiving a message to one of
those DB-PGMs.

DUH!!! Good point. Why I didn't think about something I've used many times, I dunno. But it simplifies the program, and I think you may have shaved as much as a millisecond off the response time.

As to subprocedures and service programs, I don't think that's a concern, since the field being retrieved is specifically the PROGRAM (or presumably the service program, if that's what was hit) that the QMHSNDPM call hit, not the procedure (which is another field).


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