ca.portal.admin

Disabling dynamic allocation

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Dec 7, 2005
Is there any way to turn dynamic allocation off for a dmcl, at run time?
Basically, formatting new files, using an existing dmcl, new datasets,
and tell idms to use the jcl only and no allocation statement from the
dmcl. I'm thinking idmssysi, but I can't find the parm.

Lutz Petzold

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Disabling dynamic allocation
"Is there any way to turn dynamic allocation off for a dmcl, at run time?
Basically, formatting new files, using an existing dmcl, new datasets,
and tell idms to use the jcl only and no allocation statement from the
dmcl. I'm thinking idmssysi, but I can't find the parm.

Lutz Petzold

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Re: Older Releases of IDMS Running on Z/OS
"Bill,
I still have my old 10.2 system available on a test LPAR which is on Z/OS
1.5, but no 12.x system (I was able to skip that release). However, I can
not verify if it is 64 bit mode. If this can be of any help to you, let me
know.

Joe Lupico
IDMS System Support
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