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Re:[IDMS-L] Question about CA - HYPER NOTIFICATION - RO20143 IDMS

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Jul 27, 2010
- OS getmain problem

This refers to IBM apar OA27291 on z/OS 1.10. If we are going to 1.11
does anyone know if we still need to apply it?

Hoping support will see this.

TIA


Jim


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Re: DYNAM vs NODYNAM
"Hi Dennis,

Done that. No default program definitions for any of the CVs.

Thanks,
Laura

On 27/07/2010 3:13 PM, Dennis Robock wrote:
HI Laura

Look at your Default Program definitions for your different CV's=20
These definitions set certain defaults for the PDE=20
Check your system generation Manual

In 15.0 SP1 it is in section 6.4

Dennis Robock
IDMS DBA=20
Alberta Department of Energy=20
Canada

-----Original Message-----
From: IDMS Public Discussion Forum [mailTo:IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM] On B=
ehalf Of Laura Rochon
Sent: July 27, 2010 12:32 PM
To: IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM
Subject: DYNAM vs NODYNAM

Hi everyone,

Like most shops, we have a multiple CVs environment. Dialogs are not
defined within the SYSGENs. In several of the environments, when a
dialog is loaded, a null PDE is used to define the program, and it ends
up with the attribute DYNAM. In 2 of the environments, when a dialog
is loaded, a null PDE is used, but the program ends up with the
attribute NODYNAM. I can't figure out what is causing the dialogs to
be defined as DYNAM in some environments, and NODYNAM in others.

Of course, I'm reporting this as I would need to have the dialogs come
up as DYNAM in one of the environments where they're showing up as NODYNAM.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you,
Laura Rochon
Ajilon

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Re: DYNAM vs NODYNAM
"Hi Dennis,

Done that. No default program definitions for any of the CVs.

Thanks,
Laura

On 27/07/2010 3:13 PM, Dennis Robock wrote:
HI Laura

Look at your Default Program definitions for your different CV's=20
These definitions set certain defaults for the PDE=20
Check your system generation Manual

In 15.0 SP1 it is in section 6.4

Dennis Robock
IDMS DBA=20
Alberta Department of Energy=20
Canada

-----Original Message-----
From: IDMS Public Discussion Forum [mailTo:IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM] On B=
ehalf Of Laura Rochon
Sent: July 27, 2010 12:32 PM
To: IDMS-L@LISTSERV.IUASSN.COM
Subject: DYNAM vs NODYNAM

Hi everyone,

Like most shops, we have a multiple CVs environment. Dialogs are not
defined within the SYSGENs. In several of the environments, when a
dialog is loaded, a null PDE is used to define the program, and it ends
up with the attribute DYNAM. In 2 of the environments, when a dialog
is loaded, a null PDE is used, but the program ends up with the
attribute NODYNAM. I can't figure out what is causing the dialogs to
be defined as DYNAM in some environments, and NODYNAM in others.

Of course, I'm reporting this as I would need to have the dialogs come
up as DYNAM in one of the environments where they're showing up as NODYNAM.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you,
Laura Rochon
Ajilon

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Re: DYNAM vs NODYNAM
"As the PDE is built from the Program source records created by the compiler=
s what do they say could this be the cause=20

6.13.4 Usage =
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Automatic Program Definition: For each program load module output by an=
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Advantage CA-IDMS compiler (that is, map, edit or code table, access =
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module, subschema, or dialog), a program source record is added to the =
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dictionary. The first time a task or program issues a request to load a=
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map, edit/code table, access module, subschema, or dialog for which no P=
DE =20
exists, the system allocates a PDE for that program from the null PDE =
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pool. The system stores information contained in the program's source =
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record in the allocated null PDE. =20

This is from the System Generations Manual=20

Dennis Robock
IDMS DBA=20
Alberta Department of Energy
Canada =20

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