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Error encountered when parsing with PROC instruction

Error encountered when parsing with PROC instruction

Problem:

When parsing with the following PROC statement:

//U0X107SF    PROC  LOTTO=&LOTTO,AC=AC,PPP=PPP,GRP=GRP,AC7=

the folllowing error message is encountered and it is necessary to shut down.

Micro Focus Revolve has encountered a problem and needs to close.  We are sorry for the inconvenience".  

It is then possible to click on a button to generate an error report from Microsoft.

If the PROC command is changed to:

//U0X107SF    PROC  LOTTO=TLOTTO,AC=AC,PPP=PPP,GRP=GRP,AC7=

ie. changing the "&" character to "T" ,  then the error no longer occurs.  

It is not always feasible to change all the PROC statements in this way.

By re-parsing the project, this phase will finish correctly without the abend.

How can this be avoided

Resolution:

The error occurs in version 7.002 of Revolve but the problem has been addressed and will be fixed in the next fixpack release with the addition of a new DLL.  

This DLL is attached to this Knowledge Base article.

Attachments:

rvprejcl.dll

Old KB# 1183

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