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  • Reading a file twice in a CL program

    In a certain CL program, in the first part, I've read the total file and reached EOF, in the second part of the same program I want to traverse the file again for some reason. How can I do that?

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  • CHAIN operation in CL

    Is there a way I can access a random record in CLP similar to doing a chain operation with known key field in RPG instead of reading the total file and validating each one until I reach the required record?

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  • After Directory Change – STRPCPCM stopped working

    This old command worked fine for many years. STRPCCMD PCCMD('+ RTOPCB + GR-FILE02+ sys+ DEPT+ ACCT+ BPCSJEUPLOAD+ AMHB.DTF') Now do to SarBox, we had to eliminate crossover users from accounting data. After changing the command to point to the new network location, it no longer works. STRPCCMD...

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  • how to add the particular library at top of library list using CL program

    how to add the particular library at top of library list using CL program I have QTEMP library as top of library list. I have to add MANUAL library after QTEMP using CL program. Can some one guide me how to do it in CL ? After running the CL program my library list should change as QTEMP followed...

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  • Trimming og spaces in CLLE

    Hi, i am using v5r4, CLLe I have creted this pgm to transfer stream file into ifs folder        PGM        Dcl Var(&Data) Type(*Char) Len(50)                    DCL VAR(&Folder) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(30)             DCL VAR(&Filename) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(100) /* Accessing...

    Rpgle400tech145 pointsBadges:
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