Special characters e. One FIND option many people are not familiar with is the picture string. Here is a list of the types of picture strings and their explanation:. Picture strings are called using the letter P followed by the quoted character. Strings are located regardless of case. The following are the same:. If you need to find the exact match, including case, use the letter C as a prefix or suffix to the quoted string, e. Finds are restricted by columns or labels. See the example on the next page.
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There are various ways. If it's only a few lines, block copy and paste should work, but you might have to play with Rumba's 'paste' edit settings such as how to handle new lines, etc. This can be surprisingly quick. Once you have the files on one system, speak to your mainframe tech support team about the best way to get them to the other systems. If you need help uploading the files, then the tech support team should be your first point of call.
What mainframe editor are you running? I copy and and paste from ". Select the text you want to copy in the ". Enter line command "Inn" at the line where where you want the copy to start. This inserts "nn" empty lines to receive the copied data. Learn more. Asked 3 years, 2 months ago. Active 3 years, 1 month ago. Viewed 2k times. DukeLuke DukeLuke 4 4 silver badges 19 19 bronze badges. How big are these.
Be a little careful about "personal use". Bear in mind that if code is written on their system, an employer will likely consider it "theirs" unless you have have their permission. Active Oldest Votes. Steve Ives Steve Ives 6, 2 2 gold badges 18 18 silver badges 45 45 bronze badges. Some emulators are actually able to paste more than one screen of text e.
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Podcast Programming tutorials can be a real drag. Featured on Meta.Personal Communications File Transfer enables you to transfer one or more files between a host system and workstation at the same time.
Transfer types and translation tables can be defined in advance. If you have copied one or more host file names to the clipboard, you can click the Clipboard button and paste the names into the transfer list. Select one or more of the pasted file names to be transferred and click OK.
Select one or more of the files to receive, then click OK to add the files to the transfer list. If a template is provided for the file type you are transferring, the PC file name and transfer type appear automatically. The file name, its corresponding workstation or host file name according to the available templatesand the transfer type appear in the Transfer List part of the window.
A template is a set of rules to be used by the workstation to automatically generate a workstation or host file name and transfer type when you specify a file to be sent or received. When you specify a file to be transferred, the workstation scans the templates, starting from template 1. It uses the first matching template to generate a name for the transferred file and the transfer type.
The selected template is changed or deleted, and the contents of the template list box are changed. The number of the selected template appears in the Test Templates box in the lower part of the window. Transfer types define the option information used for controlling file transfer. Up to 32 transfer types can be defined for each host system.
Text, binary, and append excluding CICS are the defaults. The property page for the selected host or modem protocol opens. The items that appear depend on the selected host system. To add or replace a transfer type, click Save.
To delete a transfer type, click Delete. Choosing the appropriate property page enables you to set the items described in the following sections. The file options that can be used depend on the type of the connected host system and the host code page selected when the session was configured. Table 18 lists the mode values for the file transfer options.
Table 19 lists the transfer options. You can select any of the following:.
OCOPY — Copy an MVS data set member or z/OS UNIX file to another member or file
If you select the Default value, the record format is selected automatically by the host system. Specifying Variable for VM file transfer enables host disk space to be used efficiently. If Variable and Undefined Mode are specified as the record format, the logical record length is the maximum record length within a file.
The maximum value is The record length of a file sent from a workstation to the host system might exceed the logical record length specified here. If so, the host file transfer program divides the file by the logical record length. When sending a text file from a workstation to a host, if the text file contains 2-byte workstation codes such as kanji codesthe record length of the file is changed because SO and SI have been inserted.
To send a file containing long records to the host system, specify a sufficiently long logical record length.
Because the record length of a workstation file exceeds the logical record length, a message does not appear normally if each record is divided. To display a message, add the following specification to the [Transfer] item of the workstation profile:. The following items can be specified:.
This item is used only to create a new data set. Enter the block size of a new host data set, in bytes, in the text box. If this item is omitted, the workstation assumes the value that appears in the Logical Record Length box. If AVblocks is selected, the block size is the block size of the new data set.Both the target and source can be an MVS data set or member of a partitioned data set, or both can be a file.
This function is typically used for code page conversion. If PATHMODE is not specified during the allocation of a new file, the allocation creates a file with the default permission ofwhich means the user has no access to it. You can convert data to or from code page while it is being copied. The ddname is up to 8 characters long. The default is binary when copying a data set of undefined record format to a file.
TEXT Specifies that the data to be copied is a text file. The default is text except when copying a data set of undefined record format to a file. Use this option for single-byte data only. Specifies the name of the partitioned data set library and the name of the member that contains the character conversion table. Specifies the name of the partitioned data set library that contains the character conversion table as the default member.
A fully qualified data set name must be enclosed in single quotes. Specifies the name of the conversion table to be used. It is a member of a PDS. The default library is SYS1. The following list summarizes what you can specify when you want to convert data to a different code page when copying single-byte data: BPXFX Null character conversion table. Use this table if the square brackets at your workstation are at the same code points as the square brackets on code page it is the default.
Also use this table if you are using a DBCS terminal. Note: You can use the linkage editor to put the load module directly into the file system.
Return codes 0 Processing successful. An error message has been issued. This is text data, and there is no code page conversion. This file is in the working directory. This is text data. Because this is a copy from an MVS data set to a file, the section TO of the conversion table is used by default.
SYSUT1 is the ddname of the source data set. The data is converted using the user-specified character conversion table and the TO section of the table.Advanced search. I want to transfer a file from Mainframe to my local PC through Batch for an automation. I went through a lot of links in the main forum but got confused regaring how to implement it. Would it support given my Local IP address.
All that is known at this point is that you want to transfer a file using a batch process. Let's look at the options. You'll need to provide more details as necessary. FTP requires a host server and a remote client. If you wish to initiate the transfer from the mainframe side, then the mainframe is the server and your local system is the server. That means that ir must have an FTP server running as a service. If your local machine does not have an FTP server enabled, which it most likely doesn't, then this can't work.
However, most shops do have FTP-enabled servers where you can transfer your file to, and then access it by mapping that server as a drive. This is also a client-server application. If you can download and install the workstation client component WSA. EXE on your local machine, then you can use this. There are other products that can be used to transfer files from one system to another Connect:Direct and XCOM are two major onesbut you of course need to have these products available and licensed for your use.
Does that mean i have the necessary support. While trying through ISPF option 3. I am using TN on Windows. Let me know if you need other details. Most organizations will not permit individual's system to be configured as an ftp server. Try to send the file as an e-mail attachment so long it is not larger than your e-mail system permits.
However, I too am suddenly experiencing problems. Select all.HOw to copy spool output into datasets? View previous topic :: :: View next topic. How to copy the spool output into datasets? Back to top. Hi suppose u want to copy the sysout just put the command xdc next to it it will ask u the name of the dataset into which it should be copied. Hope I am right. Please correct me if I am wrong.
Vijaya Baskar's solution is the best one considering that you have a job already in the spool and you just want teh result to be copied to a Dataset. Do XDC in fron tof teh spool and give the dataset name. Yes, Iam with vijay and kulkarni Suggest Is ther any way? Hi All, One more way is to open the sysout in SE mode and write create at command line and then c at the first line number and then press enterit will ask for the new file attirbutes. I think best option type infornt of member xdc, then after asking the data set name and member name.
One more option. You can preallocate a dataset. Then go into SDSF and select the listing or part of the listing you want to place in the dataset. I think this is what the author is looking for If you are talking of copying IOF outputs to datasets then this can be achieved by selecting the job in IOF and then type SD at command line and hit enter. This should throw up a new panel where you can give the name of a dataset and allocate tracks to it.
After this hit enter and this takes you back to the selected job. Here at command line you can type SNAP and hit enter and the all the data from the job will be captured in the dataset. Hi, XDC should work. Regards, Nithin. This will open a a new panel where you can give DD and dispostion of the file where you want to write the output to.??
Search our Forum:. Similar Topics. Compare Two datasets and get the 1st Need a Macro to compare datasets and Anupam Nayak. Copy a dataset without authorization. Renato Zangerolami.Return to All other Mainframe Topics. Advanced search. I am running the PUT command from command prompt. The text file that i have in my local machine has some XML data spreaded to pages. The transfer was successful but the data is getting truncated when i am loading the file into mainframe. The mainframe file has got only one line with characters.
And the rest of the data are truncated. Although the destination file is characters I want the XML data as such from the notepad. Please help me with this. Re: Ftp text file from PC to mainframe. Did you define the mainframe file as fixed or variable? Have you verfified the data is valid on the PC?
What FTP options are you using in your transfer? Basically, all you are telling us is that your process didn't work. If you want help, you're going to have to provide a lot more data.
In general, you are getting one line on the mainframe because the FTP process is not recognizing line terminators. A Unix system typically uses a line feed LF to end a line of text. Mainframes don't use line terminators since they are record-oriented. I don't think there is such a thing. Again, there is no such thing. That process will help to determine if the data is correctly formatted or not.