Use ILE. Build a CL module that calls a RPG Procedure in an RPG module.
Presents the list. You make the selection and return a result. Set your
library list and call proc to perform the RPG.

Other possiblity is to have RPG module present list, and then call CL
module to set you library list.

In either case, bind into a single program. Let each language do what it is
strongest at.

TP0001_M01 - CL Module - Call List procedure, set library list and call
proc RPG logic.
TP0001_M02 - RPG Module - Present list and return result.


TP0001_M01 - RPG Mdule - Present list.
TP0001_M02 - CL module - Set library list.

On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 12:59 PM, Cyndi Bradberry <CyndiB@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

Can I create a dynamically filled drop down in CLP ?

I have a file with several states in it. I want to be able to select the
state in the CLP, override to the proper library list, then pass that
information into the RPGLE program for further use.

Can this be done ? I seem to remember, but brain is not working very well
today. (I hate two Monday's in a week !)

Cyndi B.
Boise, ID

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