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VDB question

  • 1.  VDB question

    Posted 02-15-2005 03:47 AM
    As part of upgrading IDMS to R16, we will have to upgrade ASG's VDB
    (Virtual DataBase) from 5.0.5 to 5.1.2. Does anyone know if we can use
    our existing global definition file (VSAM), or if we have to create a
    new one?

    Kay Rozeboom
    State of Iowa
    Information Technology Enterprise
    Department of Administrative Services
    Telephone: 515.281.6139 Fax: 515.281.6137
    Email: Kay.Rozeboom@Iowa.Gov

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    VDB question
    "As part of upgrading IDMS to R16, we will have to upgrade ASG's VDB
    (Virtual DataBase) from 5.0.5 to 5.1.2. Does anyone know if we can use
    our existing global definition file (VSAM), or if we have to create a
    new one?

    Kay Rozeboom
    State of Iowa
    Information Technology Enterprise
    Department of Administrative Services
    Telephone: 515.281.6139 Fax: 515.281.6137
    Email: Kay.Rozeboom@Iowa.Gov

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    Re: Print space oddities
    "Joe,

    Interesting idea, but if that were the case, the job would abend in the
    same place every time, right?

    Thanks all for your various thoughts and suggestions. I'll take several
    of them, tweak the jobstream and see how things go over the next few weeks.

    Buz

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    Subject:
    Re: IDMS-L Digest - 13 Feb 2005 to 14 Feb 2005 (#2005-34)
    From:
    ""Lupico, Joe"" <Joe.Lupico@AIG.COM>
    Date:
    Mon, 14 Feb 2005 12:31:45 -0500


    Buz,
    Let me see if I get this straight. The weekly job has some DD statements
    in it (for the database areas) and it bombs. Your job has no DD statements
    and runs clean.
    So, it's obvious the DMCL has the files coded for dynamic allocation and
    those are the files you are using. Since a DD statement will take presedent
    over the DMCL, is it possible the weekly job is using the wrong DD
    statements? Maybe the correct files, just coded on the wrong DD
    statement(s)?

    Joe Lupico
    IDMS System Support
    ""Our World is a Happy World""


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    Re: IDMS-L Digest - 13 Feb 2005 to 14 Feb 2005 (#2005-34)
    "Buz,
    Let me see if I get this straight. The weekly job has some DD statements
    in it (for the database areas) and it bombs. Your job has no DD statements
    and runs clean.
    So, it's obvious the DMCL has the files coded for dynamic allocation and
    those are the files you are using. Since a DD statement will take presedent
    over the DMCL, is it possible the weekly job is using the wrong DD
    statements? Maybe the correct files, just coded on the wrong DD
    statement(s)?

    Joe Lupico
    IDMS System Support
    ""Our World is a Happy World""