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Indrajit_57
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 6:37 pm    Post subject: Sequence Number Update
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Hi,

I have a requirement where in I need to update sequence number field at variable position. File is variable length and maximum length is 1014 . Input data will be in below format

<Name>ABC</Name><Address>Address1</Address><City>US</City><DateOfBirth>1983-03-03</DateOfBirth><LocaleCode>VFC</LocaleCode><NameLine>AYUSH</NameLine> <SequenceNum>00000018</SequenceNum><StatusCode>I</StatusCode><Status>Married</Status> <MailID>abc</MailID><Age>23</Age><Telephone>123456</Telephone><SequenceNum>00000021</SequenceNum><Occupation>Student</Occupation><Name>ABC</Name><Add>Address1</Add><SequenceNum>00000021</SequenceNum> <City>US</City><DateOfBirth>1983-03-03</DateOfBirth>

Output will be like this

<Name>ABC</Name><Address>Address1</Address><City>US</City><DateOfBirth>1983-03-03</DateOfBirth><LocaleCode>VFC</LocaleCode><NameLine>AYUSH </NameLine> <SequenceNum>00000001</SequenceNum><StatusCode>I</StatusCode><Status>Married</Status> <MailID>abc</MailID><Age>23</Age><Telephone>123456</Telephone><SequenceNum>00000002</SequenceNum><Occupation>Student</Occupation><Name>ABC</Name><Add>Address1</Add><SequenceNum>00000003</SequenceNum> <City>US</City><DateOfBirth>1983-03-03</DateOfBirth>


How can we achieve this using DFSORT?

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Indrajit
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 6:44 pm    Post subject: Reply to: Sequence Number Update
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Can you split it into individual elements, like your last question? The sequence is then in a fixed position.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 6:47 pm    Post subject:
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I thought of that option first, but now the requirement has changed and they want the input data to be kept as is and just to update the SequenceNum in the same place it is present in the input file.
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 10:24 pm    Post subject:
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Indrajit_57,

How many times are you going to post the same question? Didn't you try the solution listed here?

http://www.ibmmainframes.com/viewtopic.php?t=55979&highlight=xml
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2012 4:21 am    Post subject:
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I have tried that solution, reason I m posting this again because of following input change :-

1. One line can have multiple sequence number field.
2. File length is 1014.
3. After modification of previous sort as per new requirement, I m getting output as follow

<Name>ABC</Name><Address>Address1</Address><City>US</City><DateOfBirth>1983-03-03</DateOfBirth><LocaleCode>VFC</LocaleCode><NameLine>AYUSH</NameLine> <SequenceNum>StatusCode>I</StatusCode><Status>Married</Status> <MailID>abc</MailID><Age>23</Age><Telephone>123456</Telephone>00000001</SequenceNum><SequenceNum>Occupation>Student</Occupation><Name>ABC</Name><Add>Address1</Add><SequenceNum> 0000002</SequenceNum><<City>US</City><DateOfBirth>1983-03-03</DateOfBirth>

Modified sort card is

OPTION COPY
INREC IFOUTLEN=1014,
IFTHEN=(WHEN=(1,1014,SS,EQ,C'<SequenceNum>'),
BUILD=(C'"',1,1014),HIT=NEXT),
IFTHEN=(WHEN=(1,1,CH,EQ,C'"'),
FINDREP=(SHIFT=NO,IN=C'<SequenceNum>',
OUT=C'<SequenceNum>" '),HIT=NEXT),
IFTHEN=(WHEN=(1,1,CH,EQ,C'"'),
OVERLAY=(1016:SEQNUM,8,FS,C'</SequenceNum>',
1:1,1038,SQZ=(SHIFT=LEFT,PAIR=QUOTE)),HIT=NEXT),
IFTHEN=(WHEN=(1,1,CH,EQ,C'"'),
FINDREP=(IN=C'"',OUT=C''))
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2012 4:29 am    Post subject:
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Please ignore the above output.
What I am getting now is that the sequence number and the ending tag is always coming at the end of the record and not following the start of the sequence number tag.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2012 5:21 am    Post subject:
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Indrajit_57,

DFSORT does NOT have any feature to handle multiple occurrences of the <SequenceNum> tags and update them. A simple COBOL program should be able to do this easily.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2012 9:38 pm    Post subject: Reply to: Sequence Number Update
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Indrajit_57,

Are you OK with this now?

You have the rexx example enrico posted on a previous question. I can get to the following with Cobol, if you have need of more than the sequence number. If you just need the sequence, even simpler:
Code:

0019ENTRIES
FOR NUMBER =0001= ENTRY
XML IS  =<NAME>ABC</NAME>=
TAG IS  =<NAME>=
DATA IS =ABC=
FOR NUMBER =0002= ENTRY
XML IS  =<ADDRESS>ADDRESS1</ADDRESS>=
TAG IS  =<ADDRESS>=
DATA IS =ADDRESS1=
FOR NUMBER =0003= ENTRY
XML IS  =<CITY>US</CITY>=
TAG IS  =<CITY>=
DATA IS =US=
FOR NUMBER =0004= ENTRY
XML IS  =<DATEOFBIRTH>1983-03-03</DATEOFBIRTH>=
TAG IS  =<DATEOFBIRTH>=
DATA IS =1983-03-03=
FOR NUMBER =0005= ENTRY
XML IS  =<LOCALECODE>VFC</LOCALECODE>=
TAG IS  =<LOCALECODE>=
DATA IS =VFC=
FOR NUMBER =0006= ENTRY
XML IS  =<NAMELINE>AYUSH</NAMELINE>=
TAG IS  =<NAMELINE>=
DATA IS =AYUSH=
FOR NUMBER =0007= ENTRY
XML IS  =<SEQUENCENUM>00000018</SEQUENCENUM>=
TAG IS  =<SEQUENCENUM>=
DATA IS =00000018=
FOR NUMBER =0008= ENTRY
XML IS  =<STATUSCODE>I</STATUSCODE>=
TAG IS  =<STATUSCODE>=
DATA IS =I=
FOR NUMBER =0009= ENTRY
XML IS  =<STATUS>MARRIED</STATUS>=
TAG IS  =<STATUS>=
DATA IS =MARRIED=
FOR NUMBER =0010= ENTRY
XML IS  =<MAILID>ABC</MAILID>=
TAG IS  =<MAILID>=
DATA IS =ABC=
FOR NUMBER =0011= ENTRY
XML IS  =<AGE>23</AGE>=
TAG IS  =<AGE>=
DATA IS =23=
FOR NUMBER =0012= ENTRY
XML IS  =<TELEPHONE>123456</TELEPHONE>=
TAG IS  =<TELEPHONE>=
DATA IS =123456=
FOR NUMBER =0013= ENTRY
XML IS  =<SEQUENCENUM>00000021</SEQUENCENUM>=
TAG IS  =<SEQUENCENUM>=
DATA IS =00000021=
FOR NUMBER =0014= ENTRY
XML IS  =<OCCUPATION>STUDENT</OCCUPATION>=
TAG IS  =<OCCUPATION>=
DATA IS =STUDENT=
FOR NUMBER =0015= ENTRY
XML IS  =<NAME>ABC</NAME>=
TAG IS  =<NAME>=
DATA IS =ABC=
FOR NUMBER =0016= ENTRY
XML IS  =<ADD>ADDRESS1</ADD>=
TAG IS  =<ADD>=
DATA IS =ADDRESS1=
FOR NUMBER =0017= ENTRY
XML IS  =<SEQUENCENUM>00000021</SEQUENCENUM>=
TAG IS  =<SEQUENCENUM>=
DATA IS =00000021=
FOR NUMBER =0018= ENTRY
XML IS  =<CITY>US</CITY>=
DATA IS =US=
FOR NUMBER =0019= ENTRY
XML IS  =<DATEOFBIRTH>1983-03-03</DATEOFBIRTH>=
TAG IS  =<DATEOFBIRTH>=
DATA IS =1983-03-03=
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