An alternative approach that I've seen used is to output the PCML to the IFS and edit it to change the names before using in the wizard. Klutzy but it works.


Jon Paris

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On May 18, 2017, at 12:11 PM, Mitch Gallman <mgallman@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Created an RFE (though it may need to be a PMR).

I have a service program that has two procedures.

Each procedure has a qualified data structure being used as a parameter. I named this qualified data structure the same in each procedure (T_REQUEST). When PCML is generated it has the two structs for T_REQUEST that are different. IWS ends up using the last struct found in the PCML for both procedures.

My work around is to never use the same data structure name twice in the service program if it's used as a template for a parameter.

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/execute?use_case=viewRfe&CR_ID=105337

Mitch Gallman | U.S. Xpress, Inc.
IBM i Applications Developer

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