Thank you. But what if API returns a different error message whose data
value is not Binary ?

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Regards,
Mohan Eashver



On Fri, Oct 12, 2018 at 9:33 AM David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 10/12/2018 8:09 AM, Mohan Eashver wrote:
How can the first 4 bytes of the Data structure that are a binary value
be
converted to a number ?
I am getting this error when i do the following :
A character representation of a numeric value is in error (C G D F).
RPG statement performed a conversion from character to numeric using data
that was in error.

d ErrorInfo 240A
d Bin4 S 10I 0 INZ

I would suggest you use a data structure for ErrorInfo instead of a
character field.

Something like this:

dcl-ds ErrorInfo qualified;
reason int (4);
rule char (15);
end-ds;

reasonCode = ErrorInfo.reason;
rule = ErrorInfo.rule;

david

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