JCL2DFD: how to "draw" a JCL



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JCL2DFD: how to "draw" a JCL

Postby soymicmic » Tue Jun 12, 2012 10:28 pm

Hello, this is my first post

I developed an Excel macro that lets you "draw" the JCL.

This utility performs a lexicographical analysis of JCL and displays the files used, the GDG's, the various procedures, ...

I'm working in a multilingual version, I'll update if you find it interesting.

Thanks in advance
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Re: JCL2DFD: how to "draw" a JCL

Postby prino » Tue Jun 12, 2012 11:30 pm

I don't want to be negative (but I am nevertheless), but who do you think is going to use an Excel file that may potentially contain all kinds of malware? Remember RSA and SecureID... Not to mention that Excel is an expensive program from a convicted monopolist which is now trying to hide its imminent death by forcing computer manufacturers to exclude all other OS'es?
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Re: JCL2DFD: how to "draw" a JCL

Postby soymicmic » Wed Jun 13, 2012 12:39 am

Yes, I know, Excel is expensive.... but IBM mainframe also...

Yes, macro for excel are potentially dangerous, but... you are free to try it or not

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