UCANDU - a JCL utility



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UCANDU - a JCL utility

Postby gauravkb33 » Fri Jun 15, 2012 3:59 pm

My jcl is using UCANDU utility and copying based on some condition.
the condition looks like this :-

COPY
(14,1,C,EQ,'J')
AND
(21,1,B,EQ,'118')
AND
(45,3,C,EQ,'QWE')

I could not understand what the second sub-condition means...if B stands for Binary(just a wild guess), how can it take '118' in Binary with length specified as 1 only. Please help me regarding this.
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Re: UCANDU - a JCL utility

Postby Robert Sample » Fri Jun 15, 2012 4:57 pm

Since CA-UCANDU is a vendor product, if your site is licensed to use the product then your site has the manuals available -- either in hardcopy or on an internal web site or thorugh the vendor (which may require you to register on their website if you have not already done so). You need to find out where they are and then start reading; I'm sure the vendor thoroughly explains the options and their meaning in the documentation.
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Re: UCANDU - a JCL utility

Postby prino » Fri Jun 15, 2012 5:12 pm

Even a novice should know that a single byte can contain values from 0 to 255 or -128 to 127.
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