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PostSubject: How to Copy all the Generations of a GDG   Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:30 am

this is helpful when you dont know how many generations there are(of course you can check 3.4 in the command line) but lets say you in a JCL you are creating you want to copy all the generation without the hassle of repeating the dd statement.


//step001 exec pgm=sort
//sortin dd dsn=<GDG base here>, disp=shr *may also be old or whatever you want
//sortout dd dsn=<your output dataset>,
// disp=(new,catlg,delete)
// lrecl=100,
// recfm=fb
//sysin dd *
sort fields=copy
*
//*


What is a GDG base?

You probably have seen GDGs before. They look like the ones below.

NEURON.GENERAT.DATA.GROUP <-- This is the GDG base
NEURON.GENERAT.DATA.GROUP.G0001V00
NEURON.GENERAT.DATA.GROUP.G0002V00
NEURON.GENERAT.DATA.GROUP.G0003V00
NEURON.GENERAT.DATA.GROUP.G0004V00

by the way, GDG means Generation Data Groups


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