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We have recently developed a business application using external definitions stored in a database file - such as fields definitions, data structures, validity checks, and so on. One of the uses of this external data has been to generate a DDS source that is then compiled into a DSPF. I would like...
How to reply to message in DSM (with ENTER automatic)
How are we supposed to define / register exit points/programs to the system to be invoked by the use of bindable API's. (For example the QsnMovWinUsr API of DSM?)