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I have a reusable procedure that I want to call from a master procedure. The master procedure has a TABLE FILE command. I want to call the reusable procedure for each record in the table in the master procedure and pass values in the current record as parameters to the reusable procedure. Is that possible?This message has been edited. Last edited by: <Kathryn Henning>,
Once you hold your file from the master procedure you can establish a loop to read each value or set of values into parameters, do whatever you are going to do with them and return to repeat the loop until you get through all of the held records.
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Thank you both for your answers. I was hoping that I would be able to do it directly inside a TABLE FILE or DEFINE FILE, via calling a function or something like that. It sounds like that's not possible.