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submodule cursor not being restarted on calling 2nd time

submodule cursor not being restarted on calling 2nd time

submodule cursor not being restarted on calling 2nd time

OK don't know the best way to describe this but here goes...my main         module,running in CICS) calls a submodule for every row in an array,                         the submodule does an open/fetch/close(DB2) on the parm passed by                         the main module for the search criteria. On calling the submodule                        greater than once the cursor in the submodule behaves as though it is                         still the same instance of the program, it does not do a new fetch, in                         Expediter it jumps straight past the fetch piece of code. I think on the                         first goback from the submodule it is not releasing the links with DB2,                         how do I make sure a fresh version of the program is called every time
therefore forcing a new cursor? Have tried an EXEC CICS SYNCPOINT                        but this releases some resources I need to hold...all help much                       appreciated...

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