For every "CALL PROCEDURE" the module must be included on the CRTPGM command. Here is an example:

CRTPGM PGM(CGIINTRA/CGICLM05) MODULE(CGISRC/CGICLM05 + CGISRC/CGICBM05 TPS/FORMATEQ TPS/GETEQLOC + SOM/GETEXCHANG) BNDSRVPGM(QHTTPSVR/QZHBCGI) + ACTGRP(*NEW)

Thanx, PLA

Diane Nott wrote:

I have been having a little difficulty running the cobol CALL statement in a Cobol CGI program. If the statements are not used, the program compiles and works just fine. After adding the statements, the program errors out without giving me a good reason. Only after running Create Module and then issuing the command:

CRTPGM PGM(DIANE/CGIREGSUMM) MODULE(DIANE/CGIREGSUMM) BNDDIR(CGICBLDEV/TISRVPGM) ACTGRP(CGI) AUT(*USE) I get this error: Definition not found for symbol 'REGSUMM1'. Definition not found for symbol 'REGSUMM2'. Program CGIREGSUMM not created. Program CGIREGSUMM not created. Regsumm1 and regsumm2 are 2 cobol programs with 2 parameters. The command used in the main cgi program is:

CALL PROCEDURE 'REGSUMM1' USING WS-YEAR-1 WS-TERM-1.
CALL PROCEDURE 'REGSUMM2' USING WS-YEAR-2 WS-TERM-2.

I even tried using the Call statement the regular way without the Procedure in the command. Any suggestions?

Diane

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