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ADSC DIALOG option

  • 1.  ADSC DIALOG option

    Posted 06-01-2006 01:38 AM
    Currently we run all of our dialogs with the DIAGNOSTIC TABLE IS ENABLED
    set to ON. The obvious upside to this is that when we have a production
    abend, we can instantly see the line on which the abend occurred. The
    documentation recommends turning this option off when a dialog is put
    into production, in order to reduce load module size (and therefore
    system resource usage). I see by regenning a dialog with and without
    the option that the load module size change can be significant. Does
    anyone have any wisdom or experiences to share regarding this? (i.e.
    are there any other upsides/downsides to setting this to OFF)?

    Thanks.

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    Optional Bit 235 on IDENT2
    "Hello



    Could you please turn Optional Bit 235 on for IDENT2. This is part of
    our testing for a problem we are having.



    Thanks

    Dennis

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    CICS/IDMS/SQL
    "We have used IDMS/SQL databases with ADS, batch, and web applications.
    Now someone want to use them with CICS programs. We do have some
    CICS/IDMS applications, but have never accessed relational databases
    from CICS.

    1) Any tips and hints for implementing this would be appreciated.

    2) Currently, production CICS programs are compiled a couple of days
    ahead of time to a staging library. Am I correct in thinking that this
    will not be possible for CICS/IDMS/SQL programs, due to the access
    modules?

    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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    CICS/IDMS/SQL - p.s.
    "Has anyone got source code for a CICS/IDMS/SQL program that they would
    be willing to share with me?

    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: Broken pointer utility
    "Lutz:

    We use CA-DB-AUDIT, its reports, simulate and resolve a lot of differnt
    kinds of broken chains. Its works very nice, the time that you have to
    analize may be the constraint to use it all the time, but the utilitie have
    a lot of optios to deal with this, like the quickcheck option. For us, its
    save us a lot of time analizing and resolving some broken chains.
    I hope this help.

    J. Sotela

    From: ""Petzold, Lutz"" <PetzoldL@AETNA.COM>
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    Subject: Broken pointer utility
    Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2006 08:34:33 -0400

    There are several utilities on the market that will audit an IDMS
    database for corruption and then optionally fix any problems large
    scale. Which one would you recommend?

    Lutz Petzold

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    Re: Broken pointer utility
    "Lutz- DBRepair from HSL is great. You run the utility, it gives a report
    of what's wrong,
    you check it, you take the output from DBRepair and run it thru BCF Fix
    Page.
    It does all of the work.

    J. Wayne Doneker
    BAE Systems
    York Pa.
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    Email: john.doneker@baesystems.com

    PetzoldL@AETNA.COM 6/6/2006 8:34:33 AM >>>
    There are several utilities on the market that will audit an IDMS
    database for corruption and then optionally fix any problems large
    scale. Which one would you recommend?

    Lutz Petzold

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    Broken pointer utility
    "There are several utilities on the market that will audit an IDMS
    database for corruption and then optionally fix any problems large
    scale. Which one would you recommend?

    Lutz Petzold

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    Re: Storage Pools SOS in R16
    "Yes, especially with HPSO.