Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003 08:56:08 -0500
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From: "Booysen, Corneel" <Corneel.Booysen@COMMERCEQUEST.COM>
Subject: Re: C in CICS
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we definitely had to add ceeuopt to a few modules - but you could also
use the "#pragma runopts" to do the same thing.
The advantage of this is that runtime options remain part of the program
source and you don't need another separate ceeuopt for each source file.
Could you elaborate on the perfomance issues you had ? Our experience so
far has been mostly good.
Feel free to mail me offline.
CommerceQuest CICS Process Integrator team.
We provide SOAP services for CICS.
From: Anchulis, Kristin [mailto:Kristin.Anchulis@NATIONALCITY.COM]
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 8:45 AM
Subject: C in CICS
We too are just introducing our first C program into CICS. We have a COBOL
program calling the C program. In your list of gotcha's that you had on the
forum, you mentioned that you need a CBC lib in your DFHRPL? Which library
are you referring to? I thought we only needed the LE libraries.
We're having horrendous performance issues with this program, both CPU and
storage. Did you have to code a UOPT for your C program to adjust HEAP,
STACK or ANYHEAP?
Thanks for your help!