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split the pds members

Postby jvinoth » Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:16 pm

Is it possible to Split the PDS members into separate PDS based on the numbers given.
master PDS   
   Mem-1
   Mem-2
   Mem-3
   Mem-4
   Mem-5
   Mem-6

chile PDS1
   Mem-1
   Mem-2
chile PDS2
   Mem-3
   Mem-4
chile PDS3
   Mem-5
   Mem-6

please tell me how to achieve this.


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Postby prino » Wed Jun 20, 2012 2:09 pm

And which Image came up with this brilliant plan?
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Re: split the pds members

Postby jvinoth » Wed Jun 20, 2012 2:36 pm

hey prino if know tel me otherwise just leave it as its k..please dont comment like this got..it

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Re: split the pds members

Postby Robert Sample » Wed Jun 20, 2012 3:06 pm

jvinoth, IEBCOPY can be used to copy members from one PDS to another. However, there is no "master - child" relationship between the different PDS files (assuming, of course, that you mis-spelled child as chile; if you really meant chile I see no way that word could possibly apply in this case). Perhaps if you could explain what you mean by "master PDS" and "child PDS" we might have other suggestions, or we will be able to tell you that what you want to do is not possible on a mainframe.
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Re: split the pds members

Postby Robert Sample » Wed Jun 20, 2012 3:08 pm

Do NOT post the same question multiple times. This one is locked so responses will go into the JCL forum.
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