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If you do not have access to CEMT in CICS and want to know the size of an online program how can one go about this without using CEMT? Are there any other similar commands?
How do you close a CICS file before batch processing, and also open up after batch processing is complete? Is there a utility to run to execute the CICS cemt command? Thanks