Joined: 06 Jun 2008 Posts: 8057 Location: East Dubuque, Illinois, USA
When you say
for example - if the input file contains 1000 records then I need to create 10 GDG's containing 100 recs each. If the input file contains 1500 recs then I need to create 15 GDG's.
do you mean you are going to create 10 (15) new generations of one base GDG, or 10 (15) +1 generations of 10 (15) different base GDG names?
Assuming you want to add generations to a single GDG base, I suspect this may be rather more challenging than you realize since the system does an exclusive enqueue on the GDG base name when you create a new generation of a GDG; I don't know if the system recognizes you already have the enqueue when you attempt to dynamically create the second generation.
Joined: 23 Nov 2006 Posts: 19270 Location: Inside the Matrix
Suggest you consider writing code that will read the "driver" file and generate a multiple jobs to be submitted thru the internal reader to be executed serially - one job submitting the next to maintain order.