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Re:[IDMSVENDOR-L] DBHASH and USERSTAT

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Feb 11, 2009
We just migrated to R16 and one of our customers are having problems
with 2 of their assembler programs. They are named DBHASH (which I
think came from the old Boxes and Arrow magazine) and the other is a
user program invoked by the task code USERSTAT which we think came from
one of the CA User Conferences. Is anyone familiar with and/or using
either of these in a R16 environment? If so, did you have to do anything
other than relink them when you migrated?

Jim Irwin
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Re: [IDMSVENDOR-L] DBHASH and USERSTAT
"Can you show us the ""heading lines"" for USERSTAT - if it was a User
Contributed program the author might recognise the output. From your
comments it sounds like you don't actually have the source yourself -
there's likely some (assembler) comments at the front the identify the
original author and date - that would be of some value also.

Cheers - Gary


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