If you're using them as formal CL-style params have you tried enclosing
them in single quotes (inside the quotes you are already using while
passing the args via Python)?

On Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 4:21 PM John Yeung <gallium.arsenide@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

OK, good news first: My workplace finally upgraded to 7.3, which means
I now have a working yum! It goes without saying that I immediately
installed Python 3 and started kicking the tires.

Now, in trying to figure out how to call ILE programs and service
programs from Python 3 in PASE, I've come across a stumbling block.

It looks like dates are supposed to be passed in with data type "10A"
and all the examples show 10-character ISO strings, like '2018-12-25'.
But that isn't working for me. The error message says I've got an
invalid date (RNX0112), and offers the hint that '1994/02/31' is an
impossible date, so I tried '2018/12/25' with no better result. The
default date format on our system is *MDY so I tried '12/25/2018' and
'12/25/18', then both of those with hyphens instead of slashes, then
both of those with no separators. Nothing is working.

Any ideas?

John Y.
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