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CMS-XML s0C4 with commas creating continuous SYSIN
s0C4 with commas creating continuous SYSIN
CMS-XML CPX pds compare results in S0C4
CPX pds compare results in S0C4
CMS-XML S0C4 in COMPAREX processing csects in PDSE to PDSE compare
S0C4 in COMPAREX processing csects in PDSE to PDSE compare
CMS-XML S0C4 building SYSUT3 with BLKSIZE greater than 32704
S0C4 building SYSUT3 with BLKSIZE greater than 32704
CMS-XML S0C4 in CPX when interfacing with DB2 v8 or v9
S0C4 in CPX when interfacing with DB2 v8 or v9
CMS-XML S0C4 in COMPAREX9 OFFSET=00004DEC with incorrect specification in 1.1.3 Segment Synchronization
S0C4 in COMPAREX9 OFFSET=00004DEC with incorrect specification in 1.1.3 Segment Synchronization
CMS-XML S0C4 and CPX46A - Binder error 83FF0C40 comparing CSECTS with DATA=CSECT against PDSE data sets
S0C4 and CPX46A - Binder error 83FF0C40 comparing CSECTS with DATA=CSECT against PDSE data sets
CMS-XML Are LICUPDAT and SERTIOR load modules truly re-entrant, and not self-modify?
Changing the PROGxx default to REFRPROT will enforce the restriction and if changed, any module marked as refreshable will be protected from modification by placing it in key zero, non-fetch-protected storage. Any program that attempts to modify a load module linked as refreshable will abnormally terminate with an abend 0C4 unless a recovery routine intercepts the abend and does something different.

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