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tecnokrat
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 11:10 am    Post subject: Loadlib problem
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hi all,
Im facing a problem in taking the new copy of a shared program.

Im compiling a shared module with a shared program compiler.

Now then when im trying to take the new copy it is unable to see todays load instead its giving me the previous day load.

Code:
 im giving this command for new copy

CNTL=NEW,PROG=<prog-name>


and also the program attributes are given as Assembler whereas im compiling it as a shared module only.

Pleae help thanks in advance.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 11:58 am    Post subject:
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Hi tecnokrat,

If I am not mistaken,
CNTL=NEW,PROG=<prog-name> is newcopy / monitorning option which has to be used for InterTest. Sometime back I was adviced not to use the newcopy in the ITST option of InterTest here and normal CEMT command should suffice...

Suggest you use the normal CEMT SET PROG(=<prog-name>) NEW and let us know what the results are... If any problem still persists, am sure someone here should be able to help you... icon_smile.gif
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2010 12:20 pm    Post subject:
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Yes im using this statement for the intertest itself.

and i got the reason why my program was giving me the Assembler in its attributes and also was not picking its load.


Actuall i have copiled and binded the shared module to say Region_A
but i have took the earlier submitted job from the spool and changed the parametres from Region_B to region_A.

But i forgot to change the PROTSYM and hence this error of not picking the right load of the module compiles.
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