Error in a Group of Called Programs

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AS/400
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IBM DB2
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Hi, I have a CL program, it calls 10 other programs i.e. pgmA, pgmB, pgmC.......so on...10 programs. While running the CL program error occurred in pgmC. I rectified that error. After rectification once again I will run the CL Program. Now my execution must start from pgmC. How do i do this??? Thanks in Advance, Rama krishna

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you’ll need to make a copy of the CL that starts at PGMC and continues on.

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  • Jwebb901a
    You need to have checkpoints (labels) in your cl. At each checkpoint you update a data area with something like "program a". When program a is complete, update the data area with "program 2" and do this for each program until the cl is finished at which time you blank out your data area. At the beginning of your cl you then check for what is in your data area and if it is not blank, you goto that label (program 1 etc.).
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  • JohndeCoville
    If this run is regular, has a lot of steps, is critical, here's what I have done my whole career on 3/X computers: I created a log file noting all the required steps and which ones have been done in order of required processing. If I had (literally) 300 steps, and the process was terminated in the middle of step #143, I mad that all all steps recoverable to the beginning. And believe me, the logs were backed up too! That was before the journal receiver. But then this process worked so slickly, I only used the Journal receiver or Commitment control for true crashes. My nightly close batch runs, payroll, G/L A/R or any major mission-critical (fault-tolerant required) processes were set up that way. Let me note that my clients have been Casinos, Banks, Major Stock/Investment Bankers and now Government where there is Zero Tolerance for downtime or data corruption. Cheers! --John deC
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