PASE shouldn't be involved. Has qusec changed between V5R2 and V5R3? I'm
on a V5r2 system and can't check.

On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 17:11:37 +0200, "Henk Schipper" <hs@xxxxxxxxx> said:
> Hi All,
> 
> I developed a tool for CGI with the apache webserver under V5R2M0. Worked
> all fine. No troubles
> I use the api QtmhGetEnv the following way:
>  * prototype for QtmhGetEnv API
> DAPIGetEnv        PR                  extproc('QtmhGetEnv')
> D                            32767
> D                               10i 0
> D                               10i 0
> D                               30
> D                               10i 0
> D                               16
>  * prototype for QtmhPutEnv API
> DAPIPutEnv        PR                  extproc('QtmhPutEnv')
> D                            32767
> D                               10i 0
> D                               16
>  * variables used for QtmhGetEnv & QtmhPutEnv calls
> DEnvRec           S          32767
> DEnvRecLen        S             10i 0 inz(%size(EnvRec))
> DEnvLen           S             10i 0
> DEnvName          S             30
> DEnvNameLen       S             10i 0
> 
> and the calls:
> C                   eval      qusbprv = 16
> C* Retrieve the request_method
> C     ' '           checkr    EnvName       EnvNameLen
> C                   callp     APIGetEnv(EnvRec:EnvRecLen:EnvLen:
> C                                       EnvName:EnvNameLen:qusec)
> 
> At the moment we upgraded from V5R2 to V5R3. Latest Cum, also the ptf
> retrieved and applied which IBM requested:
>       5722999 MF33122 (June 2004)
>       5722SS1 SI12639 (June 2004)
> 
> 
> I keep getting an error: Error code parameter not valid
> 
> What Am I doing wrong? Or is Pase at the moment a bit mixed up?
> Any help is very appriciated...
> 
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Henk
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