• How to update records in subfile program in cobol/400?

    how to update records in subfile program in cobol/400?

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  • Date in COBOL/400

    I have a character field having length 10 charsm say DATE1 PIC X(10). Now I want to check if the date in this field is in format MM/DD/YYY then how can I check it? and if I want to add 60 days to this date then how to do it in CBL program?

    Vids295 pointsBadges:
  • Performance Tracking of Stored Procedures

    we have a current system where a COBOL stored procedure is called by a .NET application. This COBOL SP then calls multiple COBOL subprograms which perform calculations and update files and then eventually return a value to the .NET app. We have a limitation in tracking the performance of each...

    Pcrum735 pointsBadges:
  • Group Items

    Can I declare both 02 level and 05 levels in the same column as shown in below? 02 FIELD1 05 FILED2.

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  • Accessing COBOL storage from a mainprogram into a second under TSO.

    I am using Enterprise Cobol with z/OS. Is it possible to access storage from a program running under IKJEFT01(TSO) after it has finished. A second program running under this same TSO session would then be started and I will need to use the results stored in a subprogram called from the first...

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  • COBOL SUBROUTINES : FINDING OUT THE NAME OF THE CALLING PROGRAM.

    Within COBOL, at execution time within a sub program, is there a way of knowing the name of the calling program ? Thanking you.

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  • Executing a Batch Cobol program which calls a CICS program with “EXEC CICS” commands in it

    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

    CharEd5 pointsBadges:
  • E-mailing from COBOL batch/online program

    I have used smtpnote in jcl & clist to send email but I need a way to do in a cobol program so I can control the number of emails sent. A sample would be great! Thanks

    Cmcl9510 pointsBadges:
  • COBOL and .NET web services call?

    Can a batch cobol program call a .Net web services? Our current operation system is z/os 1.7. To call a Web services from a batch program, does it need any special software?

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • DDS or SQL

    We have an existing COBOL application using files defined in DDS format. We are considering to move from DDS to DDL for future development. What is the best strategy to take this approach?

    Uiiuo50 pointsBadges:
  • calling a C function in COBOL ILE

    In RPGLE I can call a C function like this: D sin PR extproc('sin') D parm F value C Eval mySine = sin( deg ) How do I do this in COBOL? Any examples? Thank you.

    Unknowingone195 pointsBadges:
  • COBOL data appearing out of order in database

    Hi....Would you know what could be the cause of data appearing in an IMS database out of order? Access type is HIDAM, rules=(,H). The segment that is out of sort order is a child, there are 4 occurrences, and it should be sorted by effective date. Here is an example of the database in data vantage....

    123456300 pointsBadges:
  • COBOL I-O-FEEDBACK area

    I'm trying to find the breakdown of the I-O-FEEDBACK structure used in COBOL/400, what information is at what offset. One might think that should be an easy piece of info to obtain, but I've just spent 2 hours at IBM sites and in IBM manuals on the web, and every manual that mentions the structure...

    Unknowingone195 pointsBadges:
  • can we call DC BATCH program from a BATCH program

    Can we call a cobol with IDMS statements DC BATCH program from a cobol with IDMS statements BATCH program . if we can not call then please provide the reason for that .

    Poorna5 pointsBadges:
  • ILE RPG call to ILE COBOL passing large array

    Our RPG program calls the COBOL program with a large linkage made up of an external file record format occurring 999 times. The COBOL program loads 121 of the occurrences with data. The RPG program, however, appears to start processing with the following occurrence 122 even though the COUNT index...

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  • Converting S/36 COBOL programs on AS/400 to ILE COBOL

    Can anyone give me some tips/information and/or names of third parties with conversion software to automate this process? Thank you...

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  • Generated code differences in COBOL

    Why would cause a difference in generated code for IF FIELDA > 0 GO TO A-EXIT.? FIELDA is defined as PIC 9(8). if compiled in Endevor the generated code is L 5,412(0,9) MVC 720(8,13),4012(5) OI 727(13),X'F0' CLC 720(8,13),21(12) BC 13,3812(0,11) and it compares to 'F0F0F0F0F0F0F0F0' compiled...

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  • Working Storage – Reusability

    Hello, here is the question... I want to create a sub-module (cobol DB2) that will be called at initialization time by the load driver (either TP ou Batch). That sub-module will load technical information in its working-storage after accessing DB2 tables. That module will be called dynamically...

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  • Special characters

    I've got a situation where the users are entering characters into fields on the screen that I do not want them to enter. In COBOL, I can check these fields for alphabetic and numeric but I am under the impresion that this would not allow certain special characters that I do want to allow. Is there...

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  • Need help in sloving some JOB Abends

    Hi All, I am new to the mainframe application development environment.Can anyone help me how to solve JCL Abends like say SOC7,SOC4. regards, Aravind

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