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explain about sysudump,sysout,sysprint

Postby grpn18 » Sun Feb 21, 2010 12:42 am

Hi,
this is rajendraprasad, please any one explain about sysudump,sysout,sysprint.
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Re: explain about sysudump,sysout,sysprint

Postby dick scherrer » Sun Feb 21, 2010 1:06 am

Hello,

SYSUSUMP is where a dump is sometimes written.

SYSOUT and SYSPRINT are output datasets that contain whatever information the particular program was designed to place there. The use of these is documented in the documentaton for the particular program that was running.
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Re: explain about sysudump,sysout,sysprint

Postby vsarivisetty » Thu Aug 05, 2010 7:59 pm

sysdump information is collection of all hexadecimal codes so we cant understand what the data it is so no one will use this sysdump in program
and this inf is stored in various registers ..

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Re: explain about sysudump,sysout,sysprint

Postby dick scherrer » Thu Aug 05, 2010 11:33 pm

Hello and welcome to the forum,

sysdump information is collection of all hexadecimal codes so we cant understand what the data it is
Actually, quite the opposite. . .

A dump is where the truth can be found. . . It is not magic. It is the contents of the storage where the problem code was running.

and this inf is stored in various registers ..
Unfortunately, no, it isn't. While registers are used heavily in processing mainframe programs, the majority (over 99%) of the data is not in a register at any given moment.
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