• How to pass numeric data to CL program from AS/400 command line

    Hi All, I want to pass numeric data of length (8 0) to my CL program while calling from AS/400 command line but program is not receiving correct value into the program. Can anyone please help me how to pass numeric data?

    Mohan K695 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 CL program

    In CL program I need to take a mbrlist for a particular file and read the member names. I have to write PGM but I got below errors. Please help me.       301-              DCLF       FILE(QTEMP/EMP2)                   * CPD0736 30  Declare command occurs after first operable...

    chowas400620 pointsBadges:
  • OPNQRYF command runs ok interactively but errors out in batch

    I have a CL (call it RUN) that calls multiple CLs. This was done to run several steps that were run manually. Two of these CLs ( STEP ONE and STEP TWO)  use an OPNQRYF against the same file. When I called RUN it worked fine interactively but when I submit it through WRKJOBSCDE, STEP...

    Georgeann10 pointsBadges:
  • ROLLBACK in CL program

    How to use ROLLBACK command in CL program?

    suryathiru10 pointsBadges:
  • Can Parameter be passed to/from OCL procedure

    Can a parameter be passed to/from an OCL procedure (as opposed to CL program)?

    dmills5 pointsBadges:
  • Retrieving the system date by using CL

    How do I retrieving the system date & time by using control language?

    dattatrayphalle70 pointsBadges:
  • Retrieve system date and time on AS/400

    How do I retrieve the current system date, time and name using CL program on AS400? Pls share the CL source.  

    Mani1017130 pointsBadges:
  • Retrieving system name using a CLP

    How to retrieve the iseries or AS400 SYSTEM NAME USING A clp program?

    MELINDAD5 pointsBadges:
  • How do AS/400 stored procedures get output?

    I have created a CL which calls an RPG program. Now I have to create a stored procedure which calls the CL! As RPG normally sends back the output to CL! How should I send back the output to SP? Will SP normally pick it or is there any command to send back the output to stored procedure (SP). I have...

    bharathtata30 pointsBadges:
  • Avoid “black screen” between two processes in CL program

    Hi guys, I have my CL proc, inside it I call my PGM1 and PGM2, ..... CALL       PGM(MYLIB/PGM1) CALL       PGM(MYLIB/PGM2) ... PGM1 excpt a screen and I fill it then press F8. with F8 seton LR, end PGM1 and start PGM2 that process file data with parameters passed from PGM1 and give me print...

    Damiano25 pointsBadges:
  • CL SNDUSRMSG to PF

    Hi All, I am new to CL/400, please help me to understand it. Below is the simple CL program. PGM DCL VAR(&A) TYPE(*DEC) LEN(4 0) VALUE(10) DCL VAR(&B) TYPE(*DEC) LEN(4 0) VALUE(20) DCL VAR(&C) TYPE(*DEC) LEN(4 0) DCL VAR(&D) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(6) CHGVAR VAR(&C) VALUE(&A +...

    sivaknagula55 pointsBadges:
  • See consolidation of program

    How can I see the consolidation of my program? Do I use RPG, RPG ILE or CL to do so?

    monivaz30 pointsBadges:
  • Data validity vs. CL program with OVRDBF command submitted 10 times simultaneously

    Would I be able to process the file correctly if I would have a CL program submitted 10 x simultaneously that contains OVRDBF. Behavior is similar to multi threading and this would really help process a very large file with less time. OVRDBF is necessary to point to the correct file member prior to...

    Andy01atSM10 pointsBadges:
  • Automate AS/400 backup verify program

    Hi All, I perform AS/400 full system backups using go save, option 21 every week. Once backup is done, I'll give command DSPLOG LOG(QHST) MSGID(CPF096...etc) and verify how many libraries have been saved. I want this to be automated, can we write a program (CL/RPG) to pull all this information into...

    sivaknagula55 pointsBadges:
  • What has changed in AS/400?

    Hi, I returned to AS/400 after about 10 years. I have developed a lot of software in RPG/400 and intensive use of CL, without SQL or query. Now I return to the AS/400 for work, what has changed? Can I start with RPG/400 and CL or I have to learn others. Thanks.

    Damiano25 pointsBadges:
  • DLCOBJ command not working

    I have a program that allocates an object (*file), calls a program, then deallocates. The dlcobj does not work. RPG PROGA calls CL PROGB which calls CL PROGC. PROGC does the alcobj and dlcobj. However when the program returns to PROGA (interactive RPG), the object is still locked. Any ideas?

    ttufankj25 pointsBadges:
  • Application error. MCH3401 unmonitored by X at statement 0000004388.

    Cl Program Dump.  Message ID CEE9901 Message text: Application error. MCH3401 unmonitored by X at statement 0000004388. instruction x'000'. Please help

    spalacio20 pointsBadges:
  • Control F3 using SNDUSRMSG and SNDPGMMSG in CLP

    I would like to control F3 key when using SNDUSRMSG and SNDPGMMSG in my CLP. Please help me to accomplish it.

    gopinathravi935 pointsBadges:
  • Error message when compiling CL program: CPD085C 40 Graphic field not allowed for variable & OBJRTVUCS

    Graphic field not allowed for CPD085C 40 Graphic field not allowed for variable & OBJRTVUCS is the error message I get when compiling CL Program. I'm taking output to file of a Vision WRKDG command. This ouput file I declare in the CLP.  While compiling the CL, I'm getting error 40 with...

    JohnsonMumbai1,425 pointsBadges:
  • CPYFRMIMPF command successfully copies to PF but resulted to special characters on PF

    I have created new directory in AS/400 named MMVRADIR with subfolder MMVRAFLR. I have a CL program using CPYFRMIMPF command to restore the content of a txt file inside "MMVRADIR/MMVRAFLR/APDM082716.TXT" to AS/400 physical file SMREB33F. The CPYFRMIMPF was able to copy the contents but when I runqry...

    KAILOFOXS5 pointsBadges:

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