ISSUE REPLACE

Update a record in a data set.

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ISSUE REPLACE

>>-ISSUE REPLACE--DESTID(data-value)---------------------------->

>--+------------------------+----------------------------------->
   '-DESTIDLENG(data-value)-'   

>--+------------------------------------------------+----------->
   '-VOLUME(data-value)--+------------------------+-'   
                         '-VOLUMELENG(data-value)-'     

>--FROM(data-area)--+--------------------+---------------------->
                    '-LENGTH(data-value)-'   

>--+--------------------+--RIDFLD(data-area)-------------------->
   '-NUMREC(data-value)-'                      

>--+-KEYLENGTH(data-value)--+-----------------------+-+--------->
   |                        '-KEYNUMBER(data-value)-' |   
   '-RRN----------------------------------------------'   

>--+---------+--+--------+-------------------------------------><
   '-DEFRESP-'  '-NOWAIT-'   

Conditions: FUNCERR, INVREQ, SELNERR, UNEXPIN

 

Description

ISSUE REPLACE updates (replaces) a record in either a relative (addressed direct) or an indexed (keyed direct) data set in an outboard controller.

Options

DEFRESP
specifies that all terminal control commands issued as a result of the ISSUE REPLACE command request a definite response from the outboard batch program, irrespective of the specification of message integrity for the CICS® task (by the system programmer).
DESTID(data-value)
specifies the name (1–8 characters) of the data set in the outboard destination.
DESTIDLENG(data-value)
specifies the length (halfword binary value) of the name specified in the DESTID option.
FROM(data-area)
specifies the data that is to be written to the data set.
KEYLENGTH(data-value)
specifies the length (halfword binary value) of the key specified in the RIDFLD option.
KEYNUMBER(data-value)
specifies the number, as a halfword binary value, of the index to be used to locate the record. There can be eight indexes (1 through 8). The default is 1. This option applies only to DPCX/DXAM and is mutually exclusive with RRN.
LENGTH(data-value)
specifies the length (halfword binary value) of the data to be written.
NOWAIT
specifies that the CICS task continues processing without waiting for the ISSUE REPLACE command to complete. If this option is not specified, the task activity is suspended until the command is completed.
NUMREC(data-value)
for a relative data set, specifies as a halfword binary value the number of logical records to be replaced. Records are replaced sequentially starting with the one identified by the RIDFLD option.

For an indexed data set, NUMREC cannot be specified because only one record is replaced.

RIDFLD(data-area)
specifies the record identification field.

For a relative record data set, the RIDFLD option specifies a fullword binary integer (the relative record number of the record starting from zero); and the RRN option is used.

For an indexed data set, the RIDFLD option specifies the key that is embedded in the data specified by the FROM option. The KEYLENGTH option is also required.

RRN
specifies that the record identification field specified in the RIDFLD option contains a relative record number. This option is required for a relative record data set.

If the option is not specified, RIDFLD is assumed to specify a key.

VOLUME(data-value)
specifies the name (1–6 characters) of a diskette in an outboard destination that contains the data set specified in the DESTID option.
VOLUMELENG(data-value)
specifies the length (halfword binary value) of the name specified in the VOLUME option.

Conditions

48 FUNCERR
occurs if there is an error during execution of the command. Destination selection is unaffected and other commands for the same destination may be successful.

Default action: terminate the task abnormally.

16 INVREQ
RESP2 values:
200
A distributed program link server application specified the function-shipping session (its principal facility) on the CONVID option.

Default action: terminate the task abnormally.

47 SELNERR
occurs if there is an error during destination selection. The destination is not selected and other commands for the same destination are unlikely to be successful.

Default action: terminate the task abnormally.

49 UNEXPIN
occurs when some unexpected or unrecognized information is received from the outboard controller.

Default action: terminate the task abnormally.



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