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PostPosted: Fri Sep 02, 2011 6:32 pm    Post subject: Locating Portions of listing in endevor
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Endevor (at my site)
separates the output of the DB2 Bind from the rest of the listings.
in the footprint panel,
one has a choice of selecting ('L') either the BIND output
or the Precompiler/Compiler/Binder(linkedit) output.
at my site, the CICS Precompiler output consists of a few lines of info,
but only the DB2 precompile output and the cobol compile output actually have a source listing.
But as a result, you have two source listings.

finding things in the second, especially if it is one of those 20,000 line modules
can be frustrating.
So, a couple of hints:
Code:
find first listing (db2 precompiler listing):                            F 'program-id' first
find beginning of compiler listing (after db2 precompile listing):       F 'program-id' first;rfind

find beginning of data defintion map:                                    f 'program-id' first;rfind;rfind
find beginning of data map:                                              f 'USING *,15' first
                                                                 

find beginning of object map:                                            f 'EQU   *' first  (e-cobol)
                                                                         f 'EQU  *' first   (cobol II)
Find beginning of BINDER (linkedit) output:                              F '*** M O D U L E  M A P ***'  first


also:
looking for offset 2826
offsets start in col 5, as 6 digits. so 2826 would be found in 7
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