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October 1, 2008 | Vol 7 Issue 19

 

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Feature Article - Programming
 
Easily Identify What Message a Job Is Waiting On

With the QUSRJOBI and QMHRCVM APIs and MONBCH2, you know exactly what the message is and how to reply.

bruce_vining.jpgBy Bruce Vining

In a previous article, "Keep Those Batch Jobs Running (Or How to Enjoy Your Off Time)," we saw how to detect when a batch job was waiting for a message to be replied to and how to inform a user of that situation. In that introductory article, we simply sent a generic message indicating that job X was waiting for a response to a message. In this article, we'll enhance the MONBCH program and inform the operator of which exact message the job is waiting on. Note that this enhancement to MONBCH will use a V6R1 feature that is not available on previous releases.

 

The new program, MONBCH2, is shown below with the functional changes highlighted.


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Feature Article - Programming
 
Emulate Object-Oriented Programming in ILE RPG, Part II

Now, we'll take the concept to the next level by using prototyped subprocedures.

mike_faust.jpgBy Mike Faust

In a previous article, we explored how nested data structures can help to emulate the way object-oriented programming languages access information. This time, I'd like to take the concept a step further by illustrating how to extend the object-oriented concept within ILE RPG by creating prototyped subprocedures that return nested data structures to the calling program. 


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