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Notifies the HP DCPI daemon that the process that made the initial call to DBG$DYN_BEGIN no longer intends to generate code dynamically.


DBG$DYN_END context


OpenVMS usage: cond value
type: longword (unsigned)
access: write only
mechanism: by value



OpenVMS usage: quadword 
type: quadword (unsigned)
access: read write
mechanism: by reference

The context argument specifies the unique identifier assigned by DBG$DYN_BEGIN to the caller.


When an application that executed code dynamically no longer intends to generate code, it must make a call to DBG$DYN_END so that the DCPI daemon has the opportunity to write out any code segments that have not yet been written.  The  DBG$DYN_END  routine will block until the DCPI daemon has completed writing out the image file.

Condition Values Returns

SS$_NORMAL The routine successfully completed.
Other If this routine does not complete successfully, it returns the status of the call it made that failed.


See an example of the interaction between DCPI and an application that executes code dynamically.

Last modified: April 8, 2004