• Subject: QCMDEXC from RPG program
  • From: maena <maena@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 21 Jan 1998 19:59:19 +0100

Hello, 

I'm trying to use the QCMDEXC utility from an ILE RPG program, but I
receive a runtime error which says that the sintax command passed to
QCMDEXC is incorrect. The same sentence used from the command line is
succesful, so I suppose that the problem is related with the parameters
definition.

Here you have an example:

*D specs:
VCmd    S       255
VLen    S       15S 2

*C specs
CmdParms        PLIST
                PARM            VCmd
                PARM            VLen

                EVAL VCmd='SNDMSG(''TEXT'') TOUSR(QSYSOPR)'
                EVAL VLen=29

                CALL 'QCMDEXC'  CmdParms


>From Command line I execute the following sentence:
CALL QCMDEXC('SNDMSG(''TEXT'') TOUSR(QSYSOPR)' 29)
and this works fine!!!

Could anyone point me to the error in my RPG code?

Thank you very much in advance.

-------------------------------------
M Elena Vzquez
mailto:maena@correo.com
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