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how can i recover the deleted member from pds

Postby ashokteja » Fri Dec 24, 2010 3:35 pm

i deleted one member from PDS Unfortunately can i get that perticular member

plz give me reply

thanks advance ........



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Re: how can i recover the deleted member from pds

Postby enrico-sorichetti » Fri Dec 24, 2010 3:38 pm

in general You cannot do it,
You will ask Your storage support hoe to recover form a backup ( of the whole PDS ) if one exixts!
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Re: how can i recover the deleted member from pds

Postby steve-myers » Fri Dec 24, 2010 9:13 pm

enrico-sorichetti's method will often work, but ...

Many sites have programs than can "undelete" members. These programs cannot recover member names; the names they assign seem random. For example -
   Name     Prompt          Size    Created           Changed            ID 
. $$000004                                                                   
. JOB01                       25   2010/12/24   2010/12/24 09:51:17    XXXXXX

In this case, member $$000004 has been recovered, but its ISPF attributes have disappeared. However, you can browse or edit the member, and use its contents to recover the member name.

Load modules are more difficult.
    Name     Prompt         Alias-of      Size       TTR      AC    AM     RM
 . $$004624                                                                   
 . $DYNPGM                              000002E8    000107    00     31    ANY
You can browse the member, but it may not be very helpful.
.Ø..... ALLOCVOL.......qMAINPCL ...q...HVOLPCL  ...-....AVMSGS  ...°....       
س..............................................................................
Ø..5695PMB01 ....¤..°±                                                         
Ø.d......Ø..569623400 ....¤                                                     
............ ..y...q...H........                                               
å00..ALLOCVOL-12/05/10=12.59°Ö}..õ..qÑ..xì....ì0E\...Ì. .£...+ 0¬.&}0.&0}..ÿ&-¬.
.......................Ð...¯...ö...ü...............4.......U.......Ö           
You can relink the member, but you have to examine the relinked member carefully to verify it's been linked correctly.
//A       EXEC PGM=IEWL,PARM='MAP,LIST'
//SYSPRINT DD  SYSOUT=*
//INPUT    DD  DISP=(SHR,PASS),DSN=&SYSUID..UNDELETE.DS3 
//SYSLMOD  DD  DISP=(,PASS),UNIT=SYSDA,SPACE=(TRK,(1,1,1))
//SYSLIN   DD  *
 INCLUDE INPUT($$004624)
 NAME X
(There should be a blank before the INCLUDE and NAME statements, but the board deleted it.)

The entry point may be incorrect. Sometimes it cannot be recovered! Other load module attributes are lost. The Binder will write other error messages.
IEW2322I 1220  1    INCLUDE INPUT($$004624)
IEW2515W 4731 DIRECTORY ENTRY FOR MEMBER $$004624 IDENTIFIED BY DDNAME INPUT IS NOT MARKED AS LOAD MODULE.
IEW2322I 1220  2    NAME X
IEW2650I 5102 MODULE ENTRY NOT PROVIDED.  ENTRY DEFAULTS TO SECTION ALLOCVOL.
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