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  • INLR, RPGLE

    Why do we specify *inlr at the end of program only. What difference would it make if we specify it in beginning?

    Durgesh813370 pointsBadges:
  • CPF5032 member already locked to this job

    I have a program written in RPGLE which calls numerous other programs. These programs all share similar files. In my main program, when trying to read a particular file, I get error CPF5032 even though I unlock the file right before I do the setll reade. As a result, I figured the lock must be...

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  • *INLR causes files to close and can’t reopen

    Hi All.. I am a big fan of this website and have been reading the questions posted by many fellow members since recent times and the responses.. Thx to all for all the knowledge sharing .. has been really absorbing. Well even i have had some of queries related to As400.. Thxful if anyone can help...

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  • *INLR not on, but program record count incrementing

    I am calling a program in debugg mode and writing a file e which is in o/p mode. While the program runs in debug mode that file doesn't show any record after write opcode also. It shows record after *INLR=On only. But if I call the program in normal mode, while it writes in the file I can see the...

    AS400 - Ask the Expert485 pointsBadges:
  • *INLR release storage

    All these days, I was under the assumption that *INLR closes the open files and releases storage used by a program. Until now when I read an IBM material that said, it does close open files and reinitializes variables but does not release the storage for system's further use (unless the activation...

    Compengr200355 pointsBadges:
  • Settin on LR indicator not closing files

    I have a service program that ends with *INLR but it does not close the files after its procedure is called. It is compiled with ACTGRP(*CALLER) the program that uses it is also compiled with ACTGRP(*CALLER). However, if I use the CLOSE op code, the file closes. Is this natural or should this be...

    bogeybetsy560 pointsBadges:
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