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NDM syntax checking without actually sending any data.

 
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 07, 2017 2:36 am    Post subject: NDM syntax checking without actually sending any data.
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Hello:
We are running NDM (connect direct) CONNECT:DIRECT Z/OS V5R2.
Would anyone know of a 'TYPRUN=SCAN' equivalent in NDM?. I would like to simply syntax check the statements, without sending any data anywhere else?
Comments would do no good, as I would like to syntax check all of the statements.

I have looked at the NDM administration guides, user guides, etc. with no luck..

Thank you.
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