Not sure what Matthew means by changing it to a macro.
As I understand it, when you execute a stored process from EG (or elsewhere) it runs on a server, and has it's own WORK library. It does not use the same work library as the EG session. See for example.:
I suppose it's possible that in your EG session you could find the physical path to the work directory:
And then you could pass that as a parameter when you invoke the stored process. But that would feel like a kludge. Probably better to just put whatever data you want the stored process to see in a permanent directory that the stored process can see.
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