Hm. Some very simple tests using *ENTRY parameters and dates expressed
as 10-character ISO strings (without embedded quotes) worked. For
example, '2018-12-25' was recognized as a valid date, and was
successfully operated on by the called RPG program.

Which leaves me in the uncomfortable position of admitting that I
really don't understand ILE prototypes well enough. Does it make a
difference whether the date parameter in question is defined as
pass-by-value?

I should mention that another procedure in the same service program
was called successfully through the iSrvPgm interface, but it had no
parameters and only returned a numeric value.

John Y.

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