I'm a beginner in the treatment of SMF records, I'm trying to convert 14 & 15 records.
I decided to use the ICETOOL program, I attach the JCL I use.
To simplify the tests, I entered a data set name to have less OUTPUT data to check: OMA.PIPDR.DAO.CROCDF.FR
The ICETOOL - DISPLAY operator notes suggest that we should not use INREC or OUTREC along with the DISPLAY operator, so it would be a good idea to use a PGM=SORT job and format the data records/add your header fields using an OUTFIL statement.
Thanks Arun Raj for the answer, I used ICETOOL because it is more versatile in creating Reports, with the SORT and OUTFIL must be fully escaped in more detail. I wanted to walk the most comfortable way. So there's no way to covert via ICETOOL?
I think, it won't be much of a trouble to use a PGM=SORT job for this requirement.
So there's no way to covert via ICETOOL?
Technically, you can still use PGM=ICETOOL and use a COPY operator with OUTFIL-but then it would be more or less the same as a PGM=SORT solution, since the restriction noted is only for the DISPLAY operator, not ICETOOL.
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I'm not so sure I'd trust JFCRECFM, JFCLRECL and JFCBLKSI, though I have to admit I've never researched this. The intended purpose of these data areas is to transfer these values from the DD statement to the user program for OPEN to transfer them to the DCB data area when appropriate, but not for OPEN to transfer the final values back to the JFCB. In fact there are options in the JFCB (JFCBTSDM/JFCNWRIT, JFCBTSDM/JFCNDCB) to prevent this from happening.