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JCLLIB ORDER= into a REXX stem (anyone?)

 
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Steve Coalbran

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 03, 2013 2:24 pm    Post subject: JCLLIB ORDER= into a REXX stem (anyone?)
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Is this REXX or JCL both I guess?
(dear moderator, please can you cross-post? I have no idea how to!)
I want to trap the allocations of the ORDER in the JCLLIB statement.
I thought it might be somewhere off JCT but viewing this control block, but I see no obvious link.
Does anyone, skilled in controlblock navigation and data-extraction, have a technique for accessing the JCLLIB allocations?
Loading them to a stem 'jcllib.' (à la EXECIO) would be favourite! icon_smile.gif
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