INZSR and primary file

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Hi All, If we have a primary file and INZSR then where the control will go when the program will be called. What will be the exact processing. Advantages of primary file and INZSR subroutine. Thanks, Navin Negi
ASKED: October 9, 2007  5:29 AM
UPDATED: October 9, 2007  3:16 PM

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the two are not specifically related

a primary file will behave as per the rpg logic cycle

inzsr is an initialisation subroutine, which is used to set up the environment at the start of the run

realistically these days i would not use either of the above techniques as they are both out of date and give very little in the way of positive advantage, indeed as they depend on implied instructions they can be very confusing to programmers not familliar with older style techniques and can therefore easily lead to errors

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  • Unknowingone
    The breakdown of the cycle processing is given at: http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iadthelp/v7r0/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.etools.iseries.langref.doc/c092508656.htm
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