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Can we find the number of records in the files using the parameters Space used , Space allocated, LRECL, BLKSIZE in mainframe or are any other parameters required. I have to find the no of records without opening the file or even accessing it. Is it possible.
Does anybody know whether it is possible to overrride LRECL for a variable input file, dynamically allocated in COBOL via "setenv" or not? Here is why: I have been reading an old thread in Tek Tips from 2004(thread209-691941: How to Input Variable Length Record File)which illustrated how to...