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  • Problem with the syntax of OPNQRY command

    Hi I have a problem with the syntax of OPNQRY command I am getting values from a display file using RCVF and then using the qryslt parameter in OPNQRY to select a few records;See the command below OPNQRYF FILE((*LIBL/APH *FIRST *ONLY)) + QRYSLT('APCMPY *EQ ''*CAT XPCMP *CAT''') Where XPCMP(numeric)...

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  • DSPF & SNDRCVF

    In a CL, I need to define two files. One file is a display file and the other is a physical file. Then I need to do a RCVF to pass the retrieve data in the display file then use the physical file. When I try to compile the pgm using the RCVF, it does not recognize the variables in the display file...

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  • TAR CVF commands and LTO

    Does anyone have anymore information regarding using TAR CVF commands to access LTO tapes regardless of what software was used to archive to those LTO tapes. Thanks Ken

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  • RCVF In CL

    I am using nested RCVF to read PF's in a CL program. The second iteration of the inner loop does not happen because the pointer is set to end of file. How do I reset the pointer to start at the begining? I have tried OVRDBF, OPNQRYF, POSDBF and deleting and recreating the PF. Thank you for your...

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  • File pointer is being reset to the top in a CLP program

    I am processing the *OUTFILE from a DSPOBJD command. Trying to create a logical file. When the CRTDUPOBJ fails the program loops to the RCVF command but the same record is being read again...WHY??

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  • To get a perticular string details from all the members of a file

    Here i am doing get all the member names from the perticular file. for that use dspfd command and pertilular MBRLST and the output instead of displaying saving in a file and reading that file in aloop CL program using RCVF command and overriding the file with the each memberthen call the program in...

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