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PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2016 2:50 am    Post subject: RAMIS
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Just ran into someone who is still using RAMIS from CA. icon_eek.gif But he is not the original RAMIS User; he inherited a batch job that regularly runs using a RAMIS "proc". So we are not familiar with it; he just uses the files created in the RAMIS Step. Everything in the job seems to run fine but the files in his RAMIS Step are always empty. RAMIS and the JES Messages do not indicate there is a problem but I could not help any further. Is there a way to "see" the control statements that his job is executing? I looked at his job output and did not see stmts showing what Ramis was doing. We assume the control cards are maybe contained in the Ramis Database that his JCL allocates but we do not know how to extract information. Most likely, the files being read (not empty) have data values that are causing this but we both agreed we were unsure and were concerned at some many empty files. The prev "caretaker" who knew all this is not available anymore. icon_biggrin.gif TIA!
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