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Re: Deadlock Victims List: with Prog, Area, Data

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Nov 28, 2008
Hello.


I am new to IDMS , I have got a clarification, is it possible to put
IDMS DML statements in a cobol copy book? This copybook should be used
in procedure division?

Regards,

Rajeev V




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"Re: Deadlock Victims List: with Prog, Area, Data"
"Rajeev,
The issue with DML in a COBOL copy book is that you preprocess your
program and convert DML to call statements before you get to the
compiler, which is where the copy book would be copied into your
program.=20

You can create a module in IDD and do an IDMS COPY in the procedure
division. This would be copied by the precompiler and the DML would be
converted to call statements.

Thanks,

Richard S. Kenney

Richard.Kenney@lfg.com

207-883-4480

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