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Inside the DO(), test H1 and make your processing contingent on that?
What if there is an unexpected error but no dump?
From: MIDRANGE-L <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of James H. H. Lampert via MIDRANGE-L
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Cc: James H. H. Lampert <jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Detecting dumps in a CL program?
I have a CL program that calls a bunch of RPG programs.
The calls are in the form:
MONMSG MSGID(CEE9901) EXEC(DO)
SNDMSG MSG('We experienced a problem with the +
FOO program, and are skipping the rest +
of this run.') TOMSGQ(QSYSOPR FROBOZZ)
Normally, this works quite well. But today, we experienced an anomaly,
such that we would like very much for the CL program to respond
differently if a dump is taken on one of the called RPG programs.
I will note that when an *expected* error occurs, the RPG program will
respond with a SETON of indicators H1 and LR, followed by a RETURN. The
*unexpected* errors *don't* have an explicit SETON of H1. Can I maybe
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