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For Gary Cherlet

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Sep 25, 2009
Latest reply on Sep 25, 2009 by ca.portal.admin
Hello Gary:



When you do a GENERATE DMCL DMCLNAME; you create a load module in the
CATSYS.DDLDCLOD, then you follow this up with a PUNCH to get the object for
input into the linkage editor.



2) I thought that the DMCL never existed as a load module as such - EXCEPT =
-
when you use the PUNCH DMCL command at which time you get an object module
that you can link as a load module for run-time startup. If you got the loa=
d
area full on a PUNCH command then maybe a load module is created in the loa=
d
area before it is punched out in object form - this is one I'd really like
to know about one way or another!



William M. Allen, Jr.

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Normal

Normal
CATSYS.DDLDCLOD full
"Two things that can fill up CATSYS.DDLDCLOD:

1) Generating the same DMCL repeatedly. You can clear this up by doing a CLOD against the area.

2) Generating several different DMCL's. Once the load modules have been punched, you can delete the object modules from CATSYS.DDLDCLOD with the following command:

DEL DMCL LOAD MODULE dmclname ;

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