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How to use PARM when calling ISRSUPC with LINKMVS


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chaoj

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2014 3:02 pm
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Hi all

I'm writing a REXX PGM which call ISRSUPC , and I use the parm : SRCHCMP,ANYC,FMSTOP,IDPFX

I could run it with
Code:
ADDRESS ISPEXEC "SELECT PGM(ISRSUPC) PARM('SRCHCMP,ANYC,FMSTOP,IDPFX')"


but when I use LINKMVS , the parm could not be use after SRCHCMP
(it seems that only one parm:SRCHCMP was used )

Code:

ADDRESS LINKMVS "ISRSUPC  SRCHCMP ANYC FMSTOP IDPFX"



and I also tried
Code:

ADDRESS LINKMVS "ISRSUPC  SRCHCMP,ANYC,FMSTOP,IDPFX"

it's not work . can anyone tell me how to call with LINKMVS ? Thanks .
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Marso

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2014 4:12 pm
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This has worked for me:
Code:
Params = "SRCHCMP,ANYC,FMSTOP,IDPFX"
Address LINKMVS "ISRSUPC Params"
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Marso

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 09, 2014 4:21 pm
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Here is a pointer to the documentation:The LINKMVS and ATTCHMVS host command environments
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chaoj

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 11, 2014 1:10 pm
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Marso wrote:
Here is a pointer to the documentation:The LINKMVS and ATTCHMVS host command environments


Thanks Marso , it worked , and the point is "specify variable names instead of the actual values." right ?

and
Code:
PARMS = 'SRCHCMP ANYC FMSTOP IDPFX'
ADDRESS LINKMVS "ISRSUPC PARMS"   

also worked . but if I use
Code:
PARM1 = 'SRCHCMP'
PARM2 = 'ANYC'
PARM3 = 'FMSTOP'
PARM4 = 'IDPFX'
ADDRESS LINKMVS "ISRSUPC PARM1 PARM2 PARM3 PARM4"

it only receive the PARM1 , I think only one parm could be received by ISRSUPC , so I should give it one parm with a list . right ?
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Marso

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 11, 2014 1:58 pm
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chaoj wrote:
the point is "specify variable names instead of the actual values." right ?
indeed

chaoj wrote:
I think only one parm could be received by ISRSUPC , so I should give it one parm with a list . right ?
I guess it's similar to passing parameters in cobol programs:
If you code
Code:
CALL 'PROG' USING PARM1 PARM2 PARM3
but PROG has
Code:
PROCEDURE DIVISION USING PARM1.
then PARM2 and PARM3 are going into limbo.
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chaoj

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 11, 2014 2:07 pm
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Marso wrote:
chaoj wrote:
the point is "specify variable names instead of the actual values." right ?
indeed

chaoj wrote:
I think only one parm could be received by ISRSUPC , so I should give it one parm with a list . right ?
I guess it's similar to passing parameters in cobol programs:
If you code
Code:
CALL 'PROG' USING PARM1 PARM2 PARM3
but PROG has
Code:
PROCEDURE DIVISION USING PARM1.
then PARM2 and PARM3 are going into limbo.


Marso , I got it ,thanks for your explanation !
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