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  • How to recover a PDS member

    z/os mainframe. A member from a partitioned dataset has been accidentally deleted . No backup. I guess the deletion is done logically and not phisically untill next compress (a king of flag aside) . So, there must be a command that  let  recover the member (unflag it). Coud anyone give some...

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  • Mainframe PS to PDF

    Dear all, How can a mainframe dataset converted into portable document format(pdf)? Is this possible? Any site deals for this conversion process? A reply would be helpful. Thanks.

    MR20015 pointsBadges:
  • How do I create datasets using WDSC

    How do I create datasets using WDSC for a web service WSDL file? We are looking at order processing where you will have 1 header record. This will be followed by numerous item records each of which may have their own accessory and detial records. I do have a sample of the .XML we will be using. It...

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  • Macromedia Dreamweaver Dataset problem

    Hi, I'm new to web development and I'm working my way through the Dreamweaver manual (also in the PDF). It was going well well until I hit the wall in "Chapter 5 Developing a Web Application" (Page 69-82). My problem.... I can't seem to get "Live Data View" to work (bottom of P.66 in the PDF) When...

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  • TSO command

    Is there any TSO command for recovering permanently deleted dataset?

    Sarip5 pointsBadges:
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