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ADS Compile problem

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Feb 2, 2010
Latest reply on Feb 2, 2010 by ca.portal.admin
One of my clients has an interesting problem. They're on R17, SP1 and havi=
ng a problem with symbol tables. The dialog in question calls a cobol pro=
gram multiple times, each time passing data to update a table. For example=
purposes, I call the calls A, B and C. When they have symbol tables turne=
d on the dialog works correctly, but when they have symbol tables turned of=
f they only get the data from call b and c.
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I know there is an apar out for ADS nested ifs, but the problem description=
seems to be the opposite of what we're seeing. Any ideas?
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Tia,
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Bob=20
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Bob Wiklund
Tiburon Technologies
623 594-6022
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Re: ADS Compile problem
"Bob - have the client put a Cobol DISPLAY verb as the first statement in the Procedure Division - including any variables that would help to identify if the processing is for CALL A or B or C - if you are not seeing all 3 in the DC Log then you know the problem is in the ADS dialog for sure - and not a logic problem in the Cobol that sometimes it is not applying the update !

Also - run the ADS with TRACE=CTL on the application initiating statement - so should see all the ""ADS Control"" commands logged to DC Log - this may help to shed light on what is happening when symbol tables are ON and OFF. For example - at Enter Next Task Code: ads-task-code TRACE=CTL, or ADS ads-task-code TRACE=CTL, or variation on this theme.

HTH - cheers - Gary

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