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CMS-XML 2009Rx / 12.x : z/os build => MDHTPL1602028E variable is not suitable for being saved
* not a character string This is consistent with the program (the rexx program called SERENA - assembled in memory so cannot just be located and sent) not having run. It's alost most likely that transferring the source template from windows to z/os library has go awry.
CMS-XML STR: Building a ML for a PDSE load library.
The problem that you observed with PDSE load data sets is due to a default setting for linkage edit date. For a load PDSE member, this is very expensive .
CMS-XML Why is Save disabled in edit recovery?
When you log back on to Change Man, it 'knows' the edit session completed successfully and creates a new date.time data set from the staging library member for you to edit. Your changes, unfortunately, are saved in the original date.time
CMS-XML KM-Build6: Remote Build Error - Stopping build due to compile or link error
In the openmake user guide the library environement variable is not written all uppercase like Lib instead of LIB . The environement variables name must always be all uppercase.
PDF Dimensions Build User’s Guide
The converse is true with the traditional approach to library maintenance. The object files must be explicit targets in this case, so the disk space requirements are high. The advantage is that the library is updated in a single operation, which will save considerable time, especially with large libraries .
PDF Serena Application Release Manager Installation and Configuration Giude
STAGING DATASET ATTRIBUTES: GENERIC UNIT NAME ===> (Generic group name or unit) ... > 80 BLOCK SIZE ===> 23440 DATA SET TYPE ===> PDS ( LIBRARY for PDSE, PDS for pds, or blank) OTHER OPTIONS: CHECKOUT COMPONENT DESCRIPTION ===> NO (Y/N) CHECKOUT COMPONENT ACTIVITY FILE ===> NO (Y/N) COMPONENT ACTIVITY FILE TYPE ===> SAVE STAGING VERSIONS ===> NO (YES/NO/OPT)
CMS-XML Why can I not see the IDRDATA/fingerprint/eyeball information in my executable component?
The most obvious reason is that no IDENTIFY statement has been supplied to the binder/linkage editor (IEWL). If the CMNSSIDN/CMNSSOBJ step is being included in the build procedure and the executable is a program object (i.e. it is being written to a PDSE rather than a PDS executable library ) then there is another possibility.
CMS-XML Interlink TCP/IP & Sernet
TCPaccess IUCV sockets replace the corresponding IBM TCP/IP IUCV transport address space and TCP/IP facilities and lets existing applications--those linked with the IBM C socket library as well as those written using the IBM macro sockets ( EZASMI) or IUCV APIs--execute transparently.
CMS-XML How To: PB 4/5: Using Configuration Builder with PowerBuilder/(4GL tools)
This object manages the build process by annotating what .EXE file is being created along with any .PBD files that were built to support the application. The object also contains information about what objects, their revisions and version labels were accessed to build the software. After the build is complete, this object can be exported (by selecting Entry/Export from the library painter menu) to write the captured information into a text file.
CMS-XML New Features in ChangeMan ZMF 8.2 Patch 1
At this time, only the following build processes (members of the CMNZMF.SKELS distribution library ) are having ISIC records written to the Package Master: Build Process Skeleton Description
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