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Re:Alias usage report?

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jul 27, 2009
I need to determine if a dataset alias name was actually used in JCL.

Does anyone know of any data, which may answer this question?

I believe the only answer is to use Search-For Utility against a list of
PDS's.

Rob


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Easytrieve
"First, forgive me if this is not the right place to post. It's not a
database product question but I thought some of you might have the
product.



We are no longer on IDMS and have moved to a COTS based on Oracle. I
just received a flyer from CA about the new version of Easytrieve. It
states that it can run on a Windows platform and has ODBC interface to
Oracle (among others). It's not clear to me whether you would just use
the Windows platform to develop the reports and then execute against
mainframe data or is it truly a report generator that could be used at
the PC level against an Oracle database. IE. could you use this instead
of Crystal, Discoverer, etc.



If anyone is familiar with this, you can respond to me directly.

Thanks,

Debbie Grafton


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"First, forgive me if this is not the right place to post. It's not a
database product question but I thought some of you might have the
product.



We are no longer on IDMS and have moved to a COTS based on Oracle. I
just received a flyer from CA about the new version of Easytrieve. It
states that it can run on a Windows platform and has ODBC interface to
Oracle (among others). It's not clear to me whether you would just use
the Windows platform to develop the reports and then execute against
mainframe data or is it truly a report generator that could be used at
the PC level against an Oracle database. IE. could you use this instead
of Crystal, Discoverer, etc.



If anyone is familiar with this, you can respond to me directly.

Thanks,

Debbie Grafton


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AW: Easytrieve
"Hi Debbie,
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i'm an IDMS guy, but i'm also familiar with Easytrieve. Easytrieve SDS =
is an eclipse plugin which you can use to develop in a graphical =
environment your easytrieve reports. This reports than can run on any =
supported platfom. That means, you can run your easytrieve =
programs/reports on z/OS, different UNIX and Windows with the platform =
dependend Easytrieve products.
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If you have more questions, you can send me an mail.=20
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Best regards
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Erwin Marschalk
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Von: IDMS Public Discussion Forum im Auftrag von Grafton, Debbie
Gesendet: Di 28.07.2009 14:12
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First, forgive me if this is not the right place to post. It's not a
database product question but I thought some of you might have the
product.



We are no longer on IDMS and have moved to a COTS based on Oracle. I
just received a flyer from CA about the new version of Easytrieve. It
states that it can run on a Windows platform and has ODBC interface to
Oracle (among others). It's not clear to me whether you would just use
the Windows platform to develop the reports and then execute against
mainframe data or is it truly a report generator that could be used at
the PC level against an Oracle database. IE. could you use this instead
of Crystal, Discoverer, etc.



If anyone is familiar with this, you can respond to me directly.

Thanks,

Debbie Grafton


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AW: Easytrieve
"Hi Debbie,

i'm an IDMS guy, but i'm also familiar with Easytrieve. Easytrieve SDS is an eclipse plugin which you can use to develop in a graphical environment your easytrieve reports. This reports than can run on any supported platfom. That means, you can run your easytrieve programs/reports on z/OS, different UNIX and Windows with the platform dependend Easytrieve products.

If you have more questions, you can send me an mail.

Best regards

Erwin Marschalk
erwin.marschalk@ca.com


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Von: IDMS Public Discussion Forum im Auftrag von Grafton, Debbie
Gesendet: Di 28.07.2009 14:12
An: IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM
Betreff: Easytrieve



First, forgive me if this is not the right place to post. It's not a
database product question but I thought some of you might have the
product.



We are no longer on IDMS and have moved to a COTS based on Oracle. I
just received a flyer from CA about the new version of Easytrieve. It
states that it can run on a Windows platform and has ODBC interface to
Oracle (among others). It's not clear to me whether you would just use
the Windows platform to develop the reports and then execute against
mainframe data or is it truly a report generator that could be used at
the PC level against an Oracle database. IE. could you use this instead
of Crystal, Discoverer, etc.



If anyone is familiar with this, you can respond to me directly.

Thanks,

Debbie Grafton


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HPSPO
"I know this subject has been discussed to death, but I am still confused. If you have storage protect turned on at the system level, and off at the program level, would enabling the high performance storage protect option (with no other changes) gain you anything at all?

A different way to phrase this question: If the high performance storage protect option is enabled, will all user storage be switched to key 9 regardless of whether or not the individual programs are defined with storage protect on?

(When I speak of HPSPO being enabled, I mean correctly enabled, with user storage in separate program pools.)

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Re: HPSPO
"At the risk of being idiotic -- I have had a day full of mis-steps and
mis-statements . . .=20

Yes, sys=3Don, and prog=3Doff is what you want . . . minimal CPU =
overhead,
and as complete protection as you can get . . .=20

You will also get a higher fragmentation and a higher apparent
utilization% of the storage pools for lack of a better word as part of
the trade off.

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