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how to program cics inquire storage command in cobol to get the storage alloted to a particular task and then free the alloted storage
I have a really old cobol program generated under VS cobol. Under 3.2 VS cobol no longer works. I regenerated the program to view the problems and a line 'Service Reload' came up as invalid. What does Service Reload do? Is there an 'easy' replacement?
Given that you synchonize the Communication Area between the Batch and CICS program, can you execute a Batch Program in Batch mode if a called CICS program has commands like the following in it ? EXEC CICS INQUIRE SYSTEM OPSYS(WS-OPSYS) END-EXEC