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ESASLRUJ EXEC

 
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/*   (c) COPYRIGHT  Velocity Software, Inc.         1996 */
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/*   Update the JCL files (well, filetype $JCL, actually), replacing
     any existing ones.  Log files (UPDATES, UPDLOG) are erased if all
     updates are successful.
     Syntax:
              ESASLRUJ  ctl_fn  ( NOERase
 
     where the default ctl_fn is ESASLR.  If the NOERASE is specified,
     the xxx UPDATES and xxx UPDLOG files are not erased.
*/
   Parse Arg ctl_fn rest '(' opt optrest
   If rest <> '' Then Call Msg 'Extra parm(s) <'rest'> ignored.'
   erase_flg = ^Abbrev('NOERASE',Translate(opt),4)
   If erase_flg & opt <> '' Then Call Msg 'Option <'opt'> ignored.'
   If optrest <> '' Then Call Msg 'Option(s) <'optrest'> ignored.'
 
/*   Find input files.  Use ESASLREJ as a key, since we know it exists */
   'pipe command LISTFILE ESASLREJ $JCL * (NOH |',
      'take 1 |',                     /* First disk only */
      'spec w3 1.1 |',                /* The filemode (letter only) */
      'var mode'
 
   If ctl_fn = '' Then ctl_fn = 'ESASLR'
   ctl_fn = Translate(ctl_fn)
   Address Command 'ESTATE' ctl_fn 'CNTRL *'
   If Rc <> 0 Then Call Exit Rc,"File '"ctl_fn" CNTRL *' not found."
 
   'pipe (end %)',
      'COMMAND LISTFILE * $JCL' mode '|',   /* Identify $JCL files */
      'stem files. |',                /* Save the file ids */
      'spec /EXEC EXECUPDT/ 1',       /* Build the EXECUPDT command */
           'w1 nw',
           '/JCL/ nw',
           '/'mode'/ nw',
           '/ (CTL' ctl_fn '/ nw |',
      'cms'
 
   If Rc = 0 & erase_flg Then
      'pipe',
         'stem files. |',
         'spec /ERASE/ 1',
              'w1 nw',
              '/UPDATES/ nw',
              '/'mode'/ nw',
           'write',
              '/ERASE/ 1',
              'w1 nw',
              '/UPDLOG/ nw',
              '/'mode'/ nw |',
         'command'
 
   Call Exit 0
 
Exit:
   Parse Arg xRc,xMsg
   If xMsg <> '' Then Call Msg xMsg
   Exit xRc
 
Msg:
   Parse Arg mMsg
   Say mMsg
   Return 0



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