Batch utility for =3.4 ?



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Re: Batch utility for =3.4 ?

Postby enrico-sorichetti » Mon Oct 15, 2012 1:40 am

doesn' t Your organization have a tool for source control ?

SCLM, ENDEVOR, CHANGEMAN, to say a few, incorporate pretty good reporting facilities
with the appropriate protection of the <change management> related data


just meditate a bit ...
without proper source control Your efforts will be wasted
anybody can reset the statistics for a given member of a pds
cheers
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Re: Batch utility for =3.4 ?

Postby c62ap90 » Mon Oct 15, 2012 3:57 am

enrico-sorichetti wrote:doesn' t Your organization have a tool for source control ?

SCLM, ENDEVOR, CHANGEMAN, to say a few, incorporate pretty good reporting facilities
with the appropriate protection of the <change management> related data


just meditate a bit ...
without proper source control Your efforts will be wasted
anybody can reset the statistics for a given member of a pds


Yes, our organization has ENDEVOR but my specific task is to find a batch utility process I can run against a PDS (not source code) that will give me the results comparable to TSO browsing in =3.4. - Name, Prompt, Size, Created, Changed, ID, etc. Thanks.
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Re: Batch utility for =3.4 ?

Postby Robert Sample » Mon Oct 15, 2012 6:10 am

You have now wasted several days attempting to find something that does not appear to exist, at least in the form you want. You COULD have spent the last few days writing code in the language of your choice to accomplish your requirement, rather than hanging around a forum.

So get busy coding and write the thing yourself.
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Re: Batch utility for =3.4 ?

Postby c62ap90 » Mon Oct 15, 2012 6:38 am

Robert Sample wrote:You have now wasted several days attempting to find something that does not appear to exist, at least in the form you want. You COULD have spent the last few days writing code in the language of your choice to accomplish your requirement, rather than hanging around a forum.

So get busy coding and write the thing yourself.


No need to be rude! Try to keep it professional.
Since a batch utility process does not seem to exist in the form I would like - lock the post.
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Re: Batch utility for =3.4 ?

Postby dick scherrer » Mon Oct 15, 2012 7:59 am

Hello,

No need to be rude! Try to keep it professional.

Why might you believe that telling you (repeatedly) that you are on a track not suited to your level of experience is being rude? It IS rather professional to try to help new people grow. No need to try to reply as per your request, this is being locked.

Since a batch utility process does not seem to exist in the form I would like - lock the post.
I'm not sure exactly what this means unless "form" is a typo. Your own program(s)/process could be your utility batch process.

If you intend to stay in IT as a career, you will need to overcome a beliefe / desire that everyone will treat you exactly as you wish.
Hope this helps,
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