*INZSR

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*INZSR
AS/400
AS/400 command functions
When PGMA calls PGMB for the first time PGMB executes the *INZSR. PGMB  uses the RETRN operation to return to PGMA.   When PGMA call PGMB the    second time is the *INZSR executed?

If you specify RETRN in called program, the *INZSR will not execute again.

Why *INZSR will not get excuted second time...??





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ASKED: September 30, 2011  5:35 AM
UPDATED: March 31, 2012  12:57 AM

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No, it will not execute
Check this link for more information

http://www.code400.com/forum/showthread.php/4435-Inzsr

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  • TomLiotta
    It's not supposed to get executed every time. It's only supposed to execute on the 'initial' time (the first time) it's called. That's why it's an initialization subroutine. If you want something executed every time, put it in the mainline of the program. Tom
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  • ankit2002
    tks charlie...
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  • ankit2002
    [...] 8. TomLiotta and CharlieBrowne help a member with the AS/400 command *INZSR. [...]
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