What I still don't understand is that I didn't add or remove any procedures. I only modified the code within an existing one but the changes won't execute until I recompile the program. I thought the idea of a service program is that you could make changes (if you found a bug for example) and not have to recompile everything that used it because it would automatically pick up the new version. Is there a restriction that if you change an existing function that you have to recompile all of the calling programs?
I also thought the service program was not bound into the program (like a module would be) but when I deleted the service program, the program still ran.
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