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Date:   Wed, 24 May 2000 08:22:12 GMT
Reply-To:   catrin_skamira@MY-DEJA.COM
Sender:   "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:   catrin_skamira@MY-DEJA.COM
Organization:   Deja.com - Before you buy.
Subject:   SAS-Return Code Available?

Hallo,

Environment

MVS -------> Connect to UNIX (AIX)

The programm starts on MVS and works with source-generating and -including. The source code includes nested macros and %includes are done at different steps of the program. Sometimes, a connect is done and via remote submit (with %include done from MVS), some parts of the program execute on the remote host. This parts include also nested macros and %includes.

Claim

If an error occurs anywhere in the execution on the local host or the remote host, execution should stop. The return-code should be available at the end of the program execution (on the remote-host by itself or by remote submit and on the local host by itself or by %sysrput).

Question

It is possible to find out the location and reason for the first error in program executing, without using and retaining (!) &syserr or &sysinfo at each (!) step, where an error can occur ?

In any case I would be pleased about response.

Catrin

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