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Call PLI from assembler

Call PLI from assembler

(OP)
Hello!

I'm trying to learn how to call PLI program from assembler. I compiled&linked PLI part with PLI compiler(epl) and stored in xx.xx.loadlib. Then I compiled&linked asm (wich is the main prog.)with assembler compiler and stored in xx.xx.loadlib. The whole process doesn't produce any errors. When I run the code I get 0c4000.
______________________
asm:

CODE

basic housekeeeping...

      call ipl_name

...standard exit
_____________________
ipl:

CODE

ipl_name:proc;
put list('check');
end ipl_name;
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Can anybody diagnose the problem?

 

RE: Call PLI from assembler

I think you have to call a PL/I initialization routine before you call the PL/I program itself (or prehaps you call a PL/I loader with the name of the PL/I program).

In the old days, a COBOL program was identical to an assembler program once it was compiled.  That is no longer true, and I think it has never been true for a PL/I program.

RE: Call PLI from assembler

(OP)
Thank you for your interest!
I need to strees out that both asm and pli work fine by invoking them with CALL statement under TSO.
BRj

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