*INLR not on, but program record count incrementing

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*INLR
AS/400
I am calling a program in debugg mode and writing a file e which is in o/p mode. While the program runs in debug mode that file doesn't show any record after write opcode also. It shows record after *INLR=On only. But if I call the program in normal mode, while it writes in the file I can see the record count is incrementing in that file despite the fact that *INLR is not on as the program is running.



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AS/400

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I’m guessing that “o/p mode” means “output mode”. If not, please explain the term.

Most likely, the output is sequential and blocked. Records probably wouldn’t appear until a block is transferred.

<i>…I can see the record count is incrementing in that file…</i>

Without knowing what <i>record count</i> you’re referring to, it’s hard to respond to that.

Tom

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  • Littlepd
    Writes are blocked in RPG by default. You would have to reached the end of a block while in debug before you could see any results on the DSPJOB, Option14.
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