While this topic is on the table, can we request some kind of COMMON flag or
command that would tell the DBM to clear commons on a LOGTO?

David A. Green
(480) 813-1725
DAG Consulting

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Will:

Your commentary on this matter is very much appreciated.

As long as this new fix works... I expect to defer further investigation.

--Bill

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Look inside those routines, and determine that they are agnostic about you
coming from LOGIN vs LOGTO Perhaps I'm the sole person in history to have
coded things that are wise about the distinction




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I presume that the following is workable...  Comments are welcome.
To LogTo the SandBox it is now just...
>ED VOC LLS
001: PA
002: CLEARCOMMON
003: LOGTO SANDBOX
004: WHO

ED VOC LOGIN
001: PA
003: PTERM -ECHO DELAY
005: BREAK ON
007: CLEARCOMMON
009: HK.RESET.PRINTER
011: RUN MT.BP GET.STACK.LOGNAME
013: LOGIN.CONTROL
015: PTERM CASE NOINVERT
016: RUN B.USER TERMINAL.SETUP.R0
018: IF @LOGNAME = 'root'    THEN GO TCL
019: IF @LOGNAME = 'brutzy'  THEN GO TCL
020: IF @LOGNAME = 'raymond' THEN GO TCL
022: MM
024: TCL:
ottom at line 24.
--Bill
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f you *do* use CLEARCOMMON you have to be alert to gremlins as well.
OGTO is not expecting to have to reinitialize the system and so probably
oesn't.
ou need to review what the Login process is doing as well.
ou may end up wiping out control information such as the user's port, name,
ogin time, functions they can and can't do, menu access, default printer,
and o on and so forth.
All depends on how complex the login processor has become at your site.
ome sites don't do a darn thing.  Some have thousands of lines of code at
ogin.  Some of which set common (read "environment") variables, that you
*don't
ant* to clear, or at least that you want to reset if you do clear them.


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ating my own dog food... I cranked CLEARCOMMON into the LOGTO SandBox   and

GTO LIVE   paragraph commands.
-Bill
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ince all common variables are cleared when you exit UniVerse, and liminates
the rror, is it possible your user used a LOGTO command to witch
environments that ave different versions of the subroutine OP.R87?
e had both a Test and a Prod environment on the same box, and xperienced
roblems when enhanced code in Test was being staged for romotion into Prod.

xecuting a program in Test that had changes to ts COMMON, and then logging
into rod resulted in the size mismatch rror when running the unchanged
program.
ur solution was to insert "CLEARCOMMON" in the LOGIN paragraphs.
on
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A user here obtained an error message...
                "COMMON size mismatch in subroutine "HOP.R87".
pon logging out and then logging back in again... The HOP program was ble to
aunch without this error.
elp with a diagnosis and more reliable cure would be appreciated.
his user is WinXP / Dynamic Connect / UniVerse 10.1 / HP-Ux 11i v2.
-Bill
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.. in subroutine named XYZ.R1.
hile I would like to pass parameters back-and-forth invoking bona fide
external broutines using commands such as... CALL *MY.SUB.R2(param1, param2,
rorString)
..I have a few big old legacy programs with nasty COMMON tentacles.
ow can I make these pesky COMMON messages go away?
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