RPGLE external stored procedure when called with OUT parameter having issues when called from C#

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We have created some stored external procedure with paramter type OUT but these were giving memory protection at C# side.However when we call it from operation navigator ,it is running succesfully.I created some SQL stored procedure with OUT paramteres and these were working correctly when invoked from C#.What can be the issue with external Stored procedures?Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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Iseries -AS400 V5R3
ASKED: January 12, 2010  9:02 AM
UPDATED: January 13, 2010  2:32 AM

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  • TomLiotta
    First suggestion is to show us the code that defines the parameters and calls the procedure. Without seeing the code, we can't say what's wrong. Tom
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