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  • Meanings of VSAM error codes

    What are the meanings of all the VSAM error codes?

    Jackm550 pointsBadges:
  • Runtime VS COBOL II

    We still have old runtimes compiled with VS COBOL II because we don't have the sources anymore. We are migrating to Cobol LE and Z/OS 2.1 We are testing in this new environment and these old runtimes are still OK. Some of them call runtimes compiled with Cobol LE others are call by LE Cobol...

    SergeP5 pointsBadges:
  • MAINFRAMES VSAM Files

    Hi, I know what are all the files on VSAM. Thing is that I need to move these VSAM files out of the Mainframe & to save them on any common location on my system.Later I need to upload them on Oracle Server.  So, what are all the formats (extensions), that these VSAM files hold, when moving out...

    HABBIE845 pointsBadges:
  • VSAM versus DB2 in CPU consumption

    Is it possible estimate how much more CPU is consumed by DB2 commands in relation to VSAM KSDS when access a row, through an index scan, in a organized DB2 table against a record reading from an organized VSAM KSDS file through the primary index? How much is it in percentage? Thank you very much in...

    Abelmart30 pointsBadges:
  • S0C4 ?

    I am copying VSAM file to flat file by using ADUT515 but the job is abending with SOC4 with reason code 10. how to fix this permanently ?

    Madabathula5 pointsBadges:
  • Contention when locking an on-line VSAM file using ENQ/DEQ. All users are being locked out of entire file.

    We are running IBM's Check Processing Control System (CPCS) which is written in Cobol & Assembler. CPCS calls Control Machine (CTMC) which is a Conix product also written in Cobol & Assembler.  CPCS captures check data and CTMC posts, balances, etc.  These programs run as tasks in an on-line...

    NanetteHaraden20 pointsBadges:
  • Ensuring VSAM files are closed before COBOL program updates

    We have several VSAM files within a CICS online system that need to be closed so that a batch job can run against the files and update some of them. Right now we issue the cemt commands in batch but the files aren't actually closed at the time the COBOL program runs against them and an abend occurs...

  • GDG Can we have different record length or parameters for different versions of the same GDG

    Can we have different record length or parameters for different versions of the same GDG

    Maria295 pointsBadges:
  • Converting VSAM to XML

    Can you convert a VSAM file to XML file

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  • Compare a field from a file to a column from DB2

    Need to compare a field from a VSAM file to a column from a DB2 table and run through the whole file/table to find differences.

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  • Synchronous File mirroring across two different sysplexes

    I am currently redesigning a process that uses started transactions to update a file that is local to our AOR on two different sysplexes. We run into issues where if the remote file update fails we have no way of knowing (NOCHECK) on the started tran so the files get out of synch. I would like to...

    Jtollefson5 pointsBadges:
  • Creating a sequential file in CICS

    Initially I had VSAM in CICS, but now a client want to remove the VSAM files. I need to create a sequential file in CICS and store the data in a GDG. Is it possible and could you please suggest how can I achieve it?

  • Store VSAM data in GDG

    My specifics are: Initially VSAM was there in CICS, and now my client wants to remove the VSAM files. So I need to create a sequential file in CICS and need to store the data in a GDG. Is this possible and could you please suggest how can I achieve it?

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