Hi James,

How about checking for the file before you call the program?

Or, would the old fashioned PSSR subroutine catch it?

Thanx,

Nick



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Quick primary file question for a fellow "Cycle-rider"






Is there a way I can have a Cycle program fail quietly if the primary
file isn't present?

I tried putting an INFSR clause on the primary file's F-spec, and
creating a corresponding subroutine, but it didn't do anything to stop
the CPF4101 from turning into an RNQ1216 inquiry.


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