CL Data Structure Compiler Crash in CLLE

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AS/400 V7R1
CLLE
Hi, I had a 443 byte DS defined in CL, as input Parm and with subfields, in CLLE the compiler crashed (V7R1) and in CLP compiled fine. Anyone else come across this?  

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  • CharlieBrowne
    What do you mean the compiler crashed? What error message did you receive?
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  • TomLiotta
    Anyone else come across this? Like CharlieBrowne, without seeing what was declared, how it was used, and what error(s) showed up, there's no good way to know if I've seen anything like it. Tom
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  • philpl1jb
    You should find the errors at the bottom of the spool file thrown by the compiler. It will also indicate the line that was a problem.
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  • TomLiotta
    A compiler crash might not show an error related to any line number. That can make it difficult to pin down from listing messages. Tom
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  • Neilmc
    The compiler (CRTBNDCL) actually dumped, unfortunately I have deleted the output. There were obviously no compile error messages. The offending CL; I converted it to CLP and it compiled fine. Now I went to recreate the problem, converted it back to CLLE and it compiled! Its just a quirk really, if I can recreate it I will post the problem with more info. I had just wondered if anyone else had had problems with DS in CLLE. Thanks!
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  • CharlieBrowne
    Thanks for your feedback. We do not often get that and it helps us.
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  • TomLiotta
    I had just wondered if anyone else had had problems with DS in CLLE. Not since the first couple cume packages for V5R4 came out. Of course, there are other possibilities depending on things like whether CL subroutines are used for example. But the use of STG() and DEFVAR() have seemed pretty stable overall. If you're within 12-18 months old on your latest cume package, I'd expect things to be okay for that. Tom
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