• FTP batchpipe support for BP01 error msg

    Is FTP Batchpipe support available for z/OS 1.7? I am trying to invoke FTP quote site subsys= BP01 command in 1.7 machine and I get a message like 'Unrecognised parameter subsys = BP01 on site command. BP01 status command shows it is active.

  • FTP SSL AIX to Z/os

    I have set up FTP as SECURE ALLOWED on Z/os. I want to test an FTP from AIX and have it use SSL. How do I get it to read 'override' parameters of my FTP stack. i.e., the 'userid.FTP.DATA' file? Is there anyway to do that?

    Melissa295 pointsBadges:
  • Displaying LRECL & BLKSIZE on a File that is on Tape

    While not having a Tape Management System or DITTO or IEBGENER to dump the File. I was needing assitance with how to Display a Logical Record Lnength and blocksize on a File that is on Tape under (Mainframe ) z/OS series using TSO. The file is a CICS Logger.. Thank you in advance.

    Doczee10 pointsBadges:
  • file transfer PC to z/OS Host large EBCDIC

    I'm doing a file transfer from PC to Host 7M record size 24576 EBCDIC format. Failed after a few seconds. What type I should use and how to extend the time? Please help?

    Ripebest5 pointsBadges:
  • How to restrict QMF to execute predefined queries only?

    Hi, is there a way to restrict the usage of QMF/390 to predefined queries/procedures only? Some users should not be able to edit or create SQL statements on their own. Thank you very much. Regards Michael

    Meichhar5 pointsBadges:
  • left outer join in trigger DB2 Z/OS

    I'm having problems writing a trigger that contains a left outer join. Here is the trigger: CREATE TRIGGER H000.H0TRCAD2 AFTER DELETE ON H000.H0COO_TRANS_CALLC REFERENCING OLD AS OLD_ROW FOR EACH ROW MODE DB2SQL BEGIN ATOMIC SELECT OLD_ROW.CLNT_ID , OLD_ROW.ACCT_NBR , OLD_ROW.PST_DT ,...

    X000055 pointsBadges:
  • Mainframe COBOL – The OVERFLOW Condition.

    We would like to able to identify procedural code which, at runtime , has the potential to result in overflow ie the resultant field is not large enough the derived value. Hopefully manually inspecting the code can be avoided (given that we have in excess of 30,000 programs!). Is there a compiler...

    Edinburgh70 pointsBadges:
  • COBOL TGT At Run Time

    Is it possible to get access to the Cobol Task Global Table at run time in batch and cics (Enterprise Cobol for zOS)? I understand that using register 13 you can get access to the DSA, and using the DSA you can get access to the TGT, but I don't know how to get access to register 13 from Cobol. Do...

    Calphool5 pointsBadges:
  • Common SMP/E base – Two different environments – User exits

    Hello, Just wondering how the following situation can be addressed while remaining faithful to SMP/E: we have two different environments that we're both migrating to z/OS 1.9. In so doing, we want to have a single SMP/E environment for z/OS, as the differences between the two reside elsewhere....

    PhilForget5 pointsBadges:
  • Getting RACF Active Classes List

    Hello, I am developing an assembler code (z/OS) getting the RACF Active Classes List. It should use CDT (CNST) and RCVTVCPR (RCVT), I suppose, but I haven't understood how this RACF algorithm works. Can anybody help, please? Thanks

    Eligin20 pointsBadges:
  • Reporting for RACF (Resource Access Control Facility) question

    A question that was emailed to us: We are running RACF on a Z/OS mainframe and I am trying to get a report from RACF detailing users that have group access. I have a list from DSMON that tells me who has the special attribute on group connect but wanted a listing of each group special these users...

    ITKE54,755 pointsBadges:
  • The News Show

    Just wondering what you all thought of this -- kind of teeny tiny TechTV? http://www.thenewsshow.tv/

    Margaret Rouse1,210 pointsBadges:
  • Setup Remote printer in zOS

    We have zOS v1R4 in a z900 mainframe server. I am a newly joined MVS system programmer here in this Datacenter. My requirement is as follows: 1) Currently we use TCP/IP to connect to LPARs in the mainframe 2) There is a remote laser printer in the client place(which is already networked) 3) We...

    MVSAdmin0 pointsBadges:
  • BMP scheduling of IMS and DB2 database access.

    Application developers have nearly completed a conversion from IMS to DB2. They have used BMP to leave their test subsystems available to online tranactions. One day BMP users of BMP failed with U3042. This only occured for BMP users testing with IMS & DB2 databases. I am investigating the issue,...

    ElJaymid0 pointsBadges:
  • Reducing DISK I/O z/OS 1.4

    I have a C loadmodule that is called 1000's of times a day. The first action it takes is to open a PDS with 41 members and read them. This PDS's members are only "text", no load modules. I would like to know in what way I could cache them in memory and totally bypass DASD disk I/O. Thank you, John...

    Abbacabba0 pointsBadges:
  • IBM DB2 load restart

    I am faced with a situation where my SYSREC file for a LOAD could potentially have duplicates. If there are dupes then I have a step that follows that analyses the SYSDISC file,so my DISCARDS is set to 0. If for whatever reason the utility blows up (ran out of space, whatever) and I choose to...

    Sumithar0 pointsBadges:
  • DB2 Z/os IRLMWT parm

    We are considering lowering the lockwait time from the two minute default to 60 seconds and then possibly even lower. What do you have it set to today? Have you had any experience with having it set well below one minute?

    RichardG120 pointsBadges:
  • Encryption in the Database

    Has anyone encrypted data in their Oracle/DB2/SQLServer databases? Can you share you experiences?

    Dw499990 pointsBadges:

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