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Hello,

For ILE CL, you could consider using CEERTX/CEEUTX.   Or CEE4RAGE if wanted to do it at the activation group level.

Though, it might be easier to just call your CL from another CL. Have the outermost CL do the library list changes and MONMSG, have the one it calls handle the part that calls the program.  Since they'll be at different call stack levels, the outermost one can take control when the inner CL has been cancelled with a C.


On 9/13/22 11:36 AM, smith5646midrange@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
I have a program that modifies the libl and then does processing. If the
program errors, I want it to pop the message, wait for the response, and
then if the program is "C"ancelled, I want the libl reset back to the
original before it exits.


Is there something that I can put in the CL that will ALWAYS execute this
"library reset" no matter how the program ends? I know I can MONMSG CPF0000
at the top of the CL but that seems to intercept the original error. I can
probably retrieve the message and its text inside of the CPF0000 block and
reissue it after the libl reset (I need the program to abend so it halts the
job's flow) but I was just wondering if there was an easier way that I don't
know about.


Thoughts?


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