Assume I have two instances of the runcbl running. Each running an extend cobol application. Designate them A and B. Can A do something that would interrupt an accept statement that B was doing? (And preferably in such a way that B knows A did the interrupt and can get some information. Just like the thread "SEND", but between two separate runtime instances.)
I've figured out one way to do it, but it requires creating a socket service program to route socket messages between the processes, and each runtime session would have to spawn a thread that connected to the service so messages could be received from the socket, then internally "sent" to the IO thread. I don't need this feature badly enough to write the code to do all that, so I'm hoping someone else has already solved this or has a better idea.