Suppress listing for XMIT & RECEIVE



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Re: Suppress listing for XMIT & RECEIVE

Postby steve-myers » Fri Aug 29, 2014 5:35 pm

Steve Coalbran wrote:... FREEs failed for SYSOUT every time. :?
Am I thinking inside a box?! :o

Most likely, yes. You must specify the SYSOUT class for IEBCOPY on the XMIT command. XMIT allocates and frees the SYSOUT data set for IEBCOPY. XMIT does not use a definition you have allocated yourself.

In addition, you must locate a "dummy" SYSOUT class in your installation, either by analyzing the JES2 startup parameters as I did, or by using $D OUTCLASS(x) commands until you find a "dummy" SYSOUT class.
$HASP842 OUTCLASS(Z)                                 
$HASP842 OUTCLASS(Z)  OUTPUT=DUMMY,BLNKTRNC=YES,     
$HASP842              OUTDISP=(HOLD,HOLD),TRKCELL=YES
h xmit op(sysout)                                               
                                                                 
  SYSOUT           You may request the TRANSMIT command to direct
                   utility program messages (e.g. IEBCOPY) to a 
                   specific sysout class or to your terminal. If
                   you specify SYSOUT(*), you will receive all   
                   utility program messages on your terminal.


*** Added later: my bad. You already did. You specify the SYSOUT class on the XMIT and RECEIVE commands

XMIT ... SYSOUT(X)
RECEIVE ... SYSOUT(X)
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