serviece program in rpgle

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what is serviece program in rpgle and how to use it
ASKED: June 17, 2008  12:47 PM
UPDATED: April 10, 2012  11:12 AM

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a service program is a way of packaging together multiple runtime modules, it is the As400 equivalent of a pc .DLL file

they involve some new concepts above and beyond programs, so are fairly complex to get working initially – i would suggest looking at the IBM AS400 RPG manual for details

is there anything specific about these programs you need to know?

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  • RamvishakRamesh
    Service program contains one or more modules, By referencing a service program at the time of creation of a program all the modules that are defined in the service program Export list will be available to the program for binding. Thus we don’t have to list them individually in the CRTPGM command. Any collection of *MODULE objects including the main module can be used to create a service program. But neither the modules nor the service program can be called directly. It is of type *SRVPGM. Once the service program is created, the associated module obj can be deleted.
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