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Re: CULPRIT question

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jul 28, 2005
At 10:40 AM 7/28/2005, you wrote:
When I run a CULPRIT program that contains syntax errors, I get the
following messages:

E C300055 E-LEVEL ERRORS - REPORT NOT PROCESSED
F C300019 E-LEVEL ERRORS - EXTRACT NOT PERFORMED

But the job step completes with a condition code of zero, so the
subsequent job steps don't know that anything is wrong. Is there some
way to get a condition code other than zero in this situation?
Kay, I am off work today, so i do not have easy access to look up for
sure,
but look at the profile parameters - there may be a way to force a
return
code on certain compile-time errors --- or maybe not

chris

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Re: CULPRIT question
"At 10:40 AM 7/28/2005, you wrote:
When I run a CULPRIT program that contains syntax errors, I get the
following messages:

E C300055 E-LEVEL ERRORS - REPORT NOT PROCESSED
F C300019 E-LEVEL ERRORS - EXTRACT NOT PERFORMED

But the job step completes with a condition code of zero, so the
subsequent job steps don't know that anything is wrong. Is there some
way to get a condition code other than zero in this situation?
Kay, I am off work today, so i do not have easy access to look up for sure,
but look at the profile parameters - there may be a way to force a return
code on certain compile-time errors --- or maybe not

chris

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Re: CULPRIT question
"The actual CULPRIT job step executed successfully.
It was the code that was executed within the CULPRIT that failed.

I've never been able to get anything other than zeros from CULPRIT except when we fed it too much data for the sort file and that was fixed by coding a proc override to give it a bigger sort file.

We'll often use CULPRIT to extract data into a file(s). I've had subsequent programs test for an empty file first & throw a condition code if there was nothing to process.

HTH,
Pete.

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