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CMS-XML Properties show no Member Count and no Directory Blocks in Serena Perspective.
If you create a PDS dataset say with 187 (text) members in it; in the properties window of the dataset in question the SERENA Perspective shows no Member Count and no Directory Block usage .
CMS-XML ZDD not clearing fields manipulated in HLLX PCRE01PU
These variables are initialised to 'blank' in the pre-package user options exit point (PCRE00PU). The post-package user options exit (PCRE01PU) ensures that no 'gaps' are left in variable usage . So, for example, if USR0802 has been left 'blank' but USR0803 has been given a value, that value will be moved to USR0802 and USR0803 will be re-initialised to blanks.
CMS-XML ZMF4ECL not clearing fields manipulated in HLLX PCRE01PU
These variables are initialised to ‘blank’ in the pre-package user options exit point (PCRE00PU). The post-package user options exit (PCRE01PU) ensures that no ‘gaps’ are left in variable usage . So, for example, if USR0802 has been left ‘blank’ but USR0803 has been given a value, that value will be moved to USR0802 and USR0803 will be re-initialised to blank.
CMS-XML Calling external programs in the ChangeMan ZMF HLLX address space
When the code has been running as a panel exit it will have done so in the user’s, single tenant TSO ISPF session. Therefore they will have had no problem with serializing access to datasets or file names, the overall memory usage of any called routines will be much reduced and re-entrancy of the executing code will not have been an issue. And, as documented in other KB articles of course, HLLX does NOT provide a TSO environment in which TSO commands and functions can be executed.

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