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SystemAdmin
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Pinned topic Problems with RDz

‏2012-12-14T05:14:41Z |
I am facing the below problem with RDz.

1. Normally we will get JESMSGLG, JESJCL, JESYSMSG in the spool if the job error with JCLERROR in TSO seesion.
In RDz JES result is showing the some 5 to 6 results which is having name as ':' when submitted job got error
with JCLERROR.
2. How do I edit hexadecimal value in dataset? When I open such kind of dataset it is warning me.
3. How do we identify the user if he/she locks the particular dataset by using RDz?

Could you help me in resolving the above problems in RDz?
Updated on 2012-12-20T15:28:54Z at 2012-12-20T15:28:54Z by RDz_Dave
  • a-1
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    Re: Problems with RDz

    ‏2012-12-14T11:40:43Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    2.LPEX - context menu Source then Hex edit line
    COBOL editor - bottom of the editor
  • RDz_Dave
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    Re: Problems with RDz

    ‏2012-12-20T15:28:54Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    3- in RDz (RSE) highlight the member or dataset and look in the properties view. The properties view will display a property with the user name of the lock holder. There is also an operator command on the mainframe to show the user holding the lock.

    Note: In order for the user name to be displayed correctly, the RDz lock daemon has to be configured properly on the mainframe.