Sorry if i mnetioned any thing wrong actually to copy a GDG base in to a flat file we can use IEBGENER but my business requirement is to copy a latest 50 version in (actulaly the GDG has 100 versions) to a flat file.
Joined: 14 Mar 2007 Posts: 8686 Location: Back in jolly old England
I am sure that you really mean to say GENERATIONS and not VERSIONS
Both are valid terms when talking about GDS, and both mean completely different things. So please use the correct terminolgy when asking a question especially when either term is correct in the context of a GDS.
Going back to my original post, what have you researched and tried for yourself before posting your question. I know for a fact that this has been discussed before on the forum, so I doubt that you have searched before posting.