I am not able to call CL Programe from within RPG Programme. I am using free as400 connection from pub1.rzkh.de Please Suggest

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cannot resolve object
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CLLE
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when i am calling a clle programe from rpgle it gives cannot resolve object as the caled programme did not found but the called and caling programme bothe are present in the current library, also it gives same error now for RPg called programme. The compilation to form a programme fom the module prepared from these mentioned programmes reports not authorised error where the worked earlier one month back. Is there some techmnical problem in the environment or I have been restricted to do this free version provided by Pub1.RZKh.de. It gives cannot resolve object even if the objects are present in the current library

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It appears that you are creating a module for each CLLE program and RPG program. Because of this, you also need to use the CRTPGM command to create the object to be called. Your message suggests that you are no longer authorized to this command or to deleting the objects previously created. You could try deleteting the program objects manually (DLTPGM) and then try the compile again, If you can’t delete the objects manually, then there is definitely an authority issue that needs to be fixed. The CRTPGM command must be run successfullly before you will be able to call your objects from another program.

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