The Question is:
I invoked a Perl script from a C program and received a return on the invoke of
35804C. The Perl script simply renames one file at a time from one directory
to another on the same disc drive and then returns to the C calling program.
There were about 600
files being renamed and this failed on the 355th file. Tried the process again
and it ran fine. This process is run everyday without a hitch.
Tks & Rgds,
The Answer is :
The OpenVMS Wizard is not in a position to provide support for arbitrary
Perl environments, and would encourage you to utilize the Perl mailing
list pointer referenced in the OpenVMS FAQ.
The OpenVMS Wizard might also suggest using the C rename() function,
available in most any current version of C.