RPGLE Program woes

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RPGLE Program
I had an AS/400, consolidated to a newer one w/other facilities. When my library was restored and I tried to process an old program, it does not pull any data. I have not programmed in several years and have never used RPGLE. Do not know how to use debugger, etc. so I'm wondering if the problem could be version of the OS?

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AS400
ASKED: October 22, 2009  6:26 PM
UPDATED: November 29, 2009  11:00 AM

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It is not going to be because of a different version of the operating system/
More than likely it is you library list when you run the job.
Find all the version of your input file on the system WRKF *ALL/xxxxx
Then make sure the library where you want to pull data is ahead of the other files in different libraries

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  • TomLiotta
    Have you resolved the problem? Does your joblog show anything useful? (Can you run DSPJOBLOG after calling your program?) Has your library list been set properly on the new system? Can your program even be debugged? (Was it compiled with debug info?) Tom
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