I am faced with a situation where my SYSREC file for a LOAD could potentially have duplicates. If there are dupes then I have a step that follows that analyses the SYSDISC file,so my DISCARDS is set to 0.
If for whatever reason the utility blows up (ran out of space, whatever) and I choose to RESTART it I want it to skip processing those records in the SYSREC that were already inserted successfully.
But in my testing I am finding that the utility clutters up my SYSDISC with the records that were inserted before the abend (which I don't want to process) in addition to the ones caused by there being duplicates to begin with (which i do want to process).
Is there a way to force the utility to RESTART in such a way that it will start reading teh SYSREC only from the last commit? I tried UTILID='RESTART(CURRENT)'- no good.
I have RESUME YES, SHRLEVEL CHANGE.
Thanks a lot for your time
February 17, 2005 11:45 AM
February 21, 2005 8:35 AM