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CL 5.5 Rev 1, Linux E4
Has anyone successfully used an output of the xlate as the basis of an ITERATE?
we modify some IN1 segments, map plans etc…
some IN1 segments are kept, some are removed…
after that .. we have a concept of a ‘trailing plan’..
the output plans are evaluated, and some additional plans may be generated and added to the end of the existing IN1 segments ..
suffice to say .. I must use the Xlate ouput as the basis for an iterate of the output plans to determine the trailing plans. (whew!)…
We’ve discovered that the iterate only goes through the loop once, regardless of the number of output IN1 segments ..
If I use a list 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 … I’m able to loop over the group and add the trailing plans, but using a type of group and a basis of ~3(0).0 it only goes through the iterate one time.
I’ve used the testing tool, and verified that the basis is correct, and as confirmation the path works in the copy statements inside the loop when using a list…
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