DSC (Data Set Copy)

Purpose
Use the DSC function to copy data from any supported data set to any other supported data set. The function's performance when copying PDS(E)es greatly depends on the available storage: larger regions generally result in better performance.
Usage notes
  • You can select the records to be copied using:
    • Member name selection criteria
    • Date created selection criteria
    • Date last modified selection criteria
    • User ID selection criteria
    • The start key (VSAM only)
    • The skip field
    • The copy count field
    • A conditional expression defined in the from template
  • Change data set attributes. Z Data Tools can copy records where the input and output data sets have different record formats, record lengths, or block sizes. The copy process truncates or pads records appropriately. Specify the pad character in the PAD field of the SET function. For details see SET (Set Processing Options).
  • Copy from field to field. Using both a “From” and a “To” template lets you copy selected fields, change the size and type of fields, and create new fields in the output data set. For details, see Copying data sets.
  • Copy to output in external format. The "From" template defines the traditional format of a dataset, but also determines a natural character representation of the data. The result of the generation is an output dataset containing a copy of the input data in an external format (such as XML). For details, see Generating data in external format - XML representation.
  • Copy concatenated data sets with like or unlike attributes. Note that, under some conditions (with tape data sets), Z Data Tools may not be able to detect unlike data set attributes and still invoke DFSORT for processing. Such invocation may fail as DFSORT does not allow for unlike concatenation of data sets. In such cases, you can disable the DFSORT with the NOSORT function to allow for successful processing of concatenated datasets with unlike attributes.
  • Change ISPF packed format. Z Data Tools can unpack existing packed members or sequential data sets, or can write members or sequential data sets in ISPF packed format.
  • These changes are visible in the printed DSC BATCH processing report:
    • Member names are printed as specified on the CPYMBR list (when used).
    • Whenever a member name, its alias or new name (prompt value) contains unprintable characters, an additional line of output is printed below the regular output containing the hexadecimal values of the respective member names.
    • Whenever a member was located in the input library and appeared on the CPYMBR list but was not selected for processing because of the member mask or advanced member selection criteria, then it is shown in the processing report as "Not selected" (as opposed to "Not found") and be counted in the "not copied" category (as opposed to "in error").
    • For example, with these control cards:
      $$FILEM MEMBER=X'5C22',
      $$FILEM CPYMBR=(C'allocplx',
      $$FILEM         x'8289879784a222',
      $$FILEM         autotest,
      $$FILEM         X'84A282')
      One would see this output:
                                                        Member Copy Report
      Member         Newname    Alias      Status
      ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      allocplx                             Not selected
      bigpds                               Replaced
      X'8289879784A222'
      AUTOTEST                             Not found
      dsb                                  Not selected
      HFM4688I 0 member(s) copied; 1 replaced; 2 not copied; 1 in error
  • Member names containing lowercase or unprintable characters:
    • Member names specified with the CPYMBR, MEMBER, MEMSTART, MEMEND, or MEMOUT keywords may contain lowercase or unprintable characters.
    • To specify a member name containing lowercase or mixedcase characters, use the character literal form of the name surrounded by quotation marks and preceded with character C. For example, C'aBc'.
    • To specify a member name containing unprintable characters, use the hexadecimal literal form of the name surrounded by quotation marks and preceded with character X. For example, X'81C283'. Mask characters (their hexadecimal value) may be included within the string.
Note: Z Data Tools supports the copying of Load Modules, when the following conditions are met:
  • Your input and output data sets are PDS(E)es.
  • Your TSO environment is active (and you can use the TSO authorized program services), or you are running Z Data Tools as program-authorized.
  • You have not specified a REXX user procedure.
  • You have not specified Start key, Skip or Copy counts.
  • You are not using templates.
  • You do not request member record counts.
Performance tips
  • See General tips about performance when you use Z Data Tools functions. The comments about Z Data Tools using DFSORT technology when performing sequential file I/O are important to DSC performance.
  • When you are using DSC to copy members of a PDS(E):
    • One DSC default is STATS=ON, which causes the ISPF statistics for each copied member to be updated. This can significantly increase I/O (EXCP) and CPU utilization. To improve performance, consider using STATS=OFF.
    • Z Data Tools attempts to use IEBCOPY or an equivalent product to copy members if it can. Z Data Tools using IEBCOPY can significantly reduce I/O and CPU requirements, compared to Z Data Tools not using IEBCOPY. If any Z Data Tools processing of individual records is required, it cannot use IEBCOPY. For example, Z Data Tools cannot use IEBCOPY if:
      • A proc (PROC=) is used.
      • A template or copybook is used.
      • Record counts are requested (RECCOUNTS=YES).
  • Z Data Tools does not use IEBCOPY when processing members of a PDS(E) when it detects any member names containing unprintable or lowercase characters since IEBCOPY is not capable of processing such member names. This may negatively affect the performance of the DSC operation.
Options
When you specify the PROC option, you are supplying a DFSORT or REXX procedure that controls the selection and formatting used during the copy function. For more information, see the proc parameter below.
Return codes
The default return codes from the DSC function have the following modified meanings:
1
No records copied for some of multiple members.
2
No records copied for any of multiple members.
2
No Copy - duplicate records not copied.
2
No Copy - REXX procedure has dropped records which are not subsequently copied.
3
REXX member selection is in effect but the procedure encountered a RETURN DROP, STOP or STOP IMMEDIATE string. This has been treated as a RETURN string with no arguments.

OR

REXX member selection is NOT in effect but the procedure encountered a RETURN DROP MEMBER, RETURN PROCESS MEMBER string. This has been treated as a RETURN string with no arguments.

4
No records copied because no records selected (for single member or data set)
4
No records copied because no members to process
4
No records copied because input empty
4
No records copied because member exists and “no replace” option specified
4
Input data set or member was skipped because it is in ISPF Packed Data format and the “PACK=SKIP” option was specified
8
REXX non-syntax error encountered while processing records
8
Line generated in an external format is greater than output record size.
16
No records copied because input and output physically the same (not applicable to a PDS member)
16
Program Object specified - this is not supported
16
Output data set or member in use
16
Data set or member open error
16
Data set or member not found
16
Other input or output error occurred
16
Insufficient storage available
16
DSC abended
16
Input data appears ISPF packed but is not valid.
16
Other serious error that stops processing occurred
Note: Return codes can be customized during installation. If you receive return codes that do not match those listed above, your site might have customized the return codes for this function. Z Data Tools may also issue the 999 abend, if the return code in batch is equal to or greater than the ABENDCC value. Contact your Z Data Tools systems administrator for details.
Related functions
OS
Backup objects from an OAM database to a data set
OV
Backup objects from an OAM database to a VSAM data set
TS
Copy tape data to a data set
SO
Copy a data set to an object database
ST
Copy a data set to tape
VO
Copy VSAM data to an object database
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Syntax

>>-DSC---------------------------------------------------------->

     .-INPUT=DDIN-----------------------------.                                                         
>----+----------------------------------------+--+-+----------------------+--+------------------+-+---->
     +-INPUT=ddname---------------------------+  | '-MEMSTART=startstring-'  '-MEMEND=endstring-' |     
     '-DSNIN=-+-dsname--+-----------------+-+-'  '-MEMBER=member1---------------------------------'     
              |         '-VOLSERIN=volser-' |                                                           
              +-MQ:manager:queuename--------+                                                           
              '-rt:applid:rname-------------'                                                           

>--+-+-------------------+--+---------------+-+----------------->
   | '-CRESTART=crestart-'  '-CREEND=creend-' |   
   '-CREATED=created--------------------------'   

>--+-+-------------------+--+---------------+-+----------------->
   | '-CHGSTART=chgstart-'  '-CHGEND=chgend-' |   
   '-CHANGED=changed--------------------------'   

>--+-+-------------------+--+---------------+-+----------------->
   | '-UIDSTART=uidstart-'  '-UIDEND=uidend-' |   
   '-USERID=userid----------------------------'   

>--+--------------------------------------+--------------------->
   |          .-,---------------------.   |   
   |          V                       |   |   
   '-CPYMBR=(---from_mem-+----------+-+-)-'   
                         '-(to_mem)-'         

>--+-----------------------+------------------------------------>
   '-BINRECIN=binrecin-len-'   

   .-USEIOXIN=NO--------------------.  .-EXCLUSIVE=NO--.   
>--+--------------------------------+--+---------------+-------->
   |              .-IOXIN=sysexit-. |  '-EXCLUSIVE=YES-'   
   '-USEIOXIN=YES-+---------------+-'                      
                  '-IOXIN=ioxname-'                        

   .-DIRINTEGR=NO--.  .-INCLUDEMD=NO--.  .-JCL=NO--.   
>--+---------------+--+---------------+--+---------+------------>
   '-DIRINTEGR=YES-'  '-INCLUDEMD=YES-'  '-JCL=YES-'   

   .-OUTPUT=DDOUT--------------------------------------------.   
>--+---------------------------------------------------------+-->
   +-OUTPUT=ddname-------------------------------------------+   
   '-DSNOUT=-+-dsname--+-----------+--+------------------+-+-'   
             |         '-(member2)-'  '-VOLSEROUT=volser-' |     
             +-MQ:manager:queuename------------------------+     
             '-rt:applid:rname-----------------------------'     

>--+-------------------------+---------------------------------->
   '-BINRECOUT=binrecout-len-'   

   .-USEIOXOUT=NO---------------------.                    
>--+----------------------------------+--+-------------+-------->
   |               .-IOXOUT=sysexit-. |  '-MEMOUT=mask-'   
   '-USEIOXOUT=YES-+----------------+-'                    
                   '-IOXOUT=ioxname-'                      

   .-MQOPEN=BROWSE-.  .-STATS=ON----.  .-DISP=MOD-.   
>--+---------------+--+-------------+--+----------+------------->
   '-MQOPEN=SHARE--'  +-STATS=OFF---+  '-DISP=OLD-'   
                      '-STATS=FORCE-'                 

   .-POSITION=0----.  .-SMPLINCL=0--------------.   
>--+---------------+--+-------------------------+--------------->
   +-POSITION=skip-+  '-SMPLINCL=sample_include-'   
   |         (1)   |                                
   '-KEY=key-------'                                

   .-SMPLSKIP=0-----------.  .-NLRECS=ALL----.   
>--+----------------------+--+---------------+------------------>
   '-SMPLSKIP=sample_skip-'  '-NLRECS=nlrecs-'   

   .-CORRESP=NO--.  .-REPLACE=NO--.  .-IGNLEN=NO--.   
>--+-------------+--+-------------+--+------------+------------->
   '-CORRESP=YES-'  '-REPLACE=YES-'  '-IGNLEN=YES-'   

   .-RECCOUNTS=NO--.  .-PACK=ASIS--------.   
>--+---------------+--+------------------+---------------------->
   '-RECCOUNTS=YES-'  '-PACK=-+-PACK---+-'   
                              +-UNPACK-+     
                              +-NONE---+     
                              '-SKIP---'     

                                           .-INRDW=NO--.   
>--+------------------------------------+--+-----------+-------->
   '-PROC=proc-+----------------------+-'  '-INRDW=YES-'   
               '-MEMPROC=-+-PROCESS-+-'                    
                          '-DROP----'                      

   .-OUTRDW=NO--.                             
>--+------------+--+----------------------+--------------------->
   '-OUTRDW=YES-'  '-| Template options |-'   

>--+-----------------------------+-----------------------------><
   '-| External format options |-'   

Template options

|--| Input template options |----------------------------------->

>--+-----------------------------+------------------------------>
   '-| Output template options |-'   

>--+---------------------------------+--------------------------|
   '-| Copybook processing options |-'   

Input template options

   .-TINPUT=TDDIN--------------------.   
|--+---------------------------------+-------------------------->
   +-TINPUT=ddname-+---------------+-+   
   |               '-TINMEM=member-' |   
   '-TCIN=tcin(member)---------------'   

>--+-----------------------------------------------------+------|
   '-OFFSETIN=(-+-value-+------+---------------------+-)-'   
                |       '-,ALL-'                     |       
                |                .-----------------. |       
                |                V                 | |       
                '-+------------+---value,fieldname-+-'       
                  '-value,ALL,-'                             

Output template options

   .-TOUTPUT=TDDOUT--------------------.   
|--+-----------------------------------+------------------------>
   +-TOUTPUT=ddname-+----------------+-+   
   |                '-TOUTMEM=member-' |   
   '-TCOUT=tcout(member)---------------'   

>--+------------------------------------------------------+-----|
   '-OFFSETOUT=(-+-value-+------+---------------------+-)-'   
                 |       '-,ALL-'                     |       
                 |                .-----------------. |       
                 |                V                 | |       
                 '-+------------+---value,fieldname-+-'       
                   '-value,ALL,-'                             

Copybook processing options

   .-LANG=AUTO-------.                          
|--+-----------------+--+-------------------+------------------->
   '-LANG=-+-COBOL-+-'  '-| COBOL options |-'   
           +-PLI---+                            
           '-HLASM-'                            

>--+------------------+--+-------------------+------------------|
   '-| PL/I options |-'  '-| HLASM options |-'   

COBOL options

   .-DBCS=NO--.  .-CDPC=NO--.  .-CAE=NO--.  .-MIXED=NO--.   
|--+----------+--+----------+--+---------+--+-----------+------->
   '-DBCS=YES-'  '-CDPC=YES-'  '-CAE=YES-'  '-MIXED=YES-'   

>--+----------------------------------------+------------------->
   | .------------------------------------. |   
   | V                                (2) | |   
   '---RFROMn=operand1--RTOn=operand2-----+-'   

   .-CBLMAXRC=4---.                               
>--+--------------+--+------------------------+----------------->
   '-CBLMAXRC=num-'  |           .--------.   |   
                     |           V        |   |   
                     '-CBLLIBS=(---dsname-+-)-'   

>--+------------------+-----------------------------------------|
   '-CBLADDOP=options-'   

PL/I options

   .-BIN63=NO--.  .-DEC31=NO--.  .-GRAPHIC=NO--.   
|--+-----------+--+-----------+--+-------------+---------------->
   '-BIN63=YES-'  '-DEC31=YES-'  '-GRAPHIC=YES-'   

   .-UNALIGNED=NO--.  .-PLIMAXRC=4---.   
>--+---------------+--+--------------+-------------------------->
   '-UNALIGNED=YES-'  '-PLIMAXRC=num-'   

>--+------------------------+--+------------------+-------------|
   |           .--------.   |  '-PLIADDOP=options-'   
   |           V        |   |                         
   '-PLILIBS=(---dsname-+-)-'                         

HLASM options

   .-DBCS=NO--.  .-NOALIGN=NO--.  .-ASMMAXRC=4---.   
|--+----------+--+-------------+--+--------------+-------------->
   '-DBCS=YES-'  '-NOALIGN=YES-'  '-ASMMAXRC=num-'   

>--+------------------------+--+------------------+-------------|
   |           .--------.   |  '-ASMADDOP=options-'   
   |           V        |   |                         
   '-ASMLIBS=(---dsname-+-)-'                         

External format options

                   .-NPRTCHAR='.'------------------------.   
|--+------------+--+-------------------------------------+------>
   '-FORMAT=XML-'  '-NPRTCHAR=-+-ASIS------------------+-'   
                               +-HEX-------------------+     
                               +-replacing-character-1-+     
                               +-NESTHEX---------------+     
                               '-SKIP------------------'     

   .-SPECCHAR='_'------------------------.   
>--+-------------------------------------+---------------------->
   '-SPECCHAR=-+-ESCAPE----------------+-'   
               +-CDATA-----------------+     
               +-HEX-------------------+     
               +-replacing-character-2-+     
               '-NESTHEX---------------'     

   .-INVDATA='*'------------------------.   
>--+------------------------------------+----------------------->
   '-INVDATA=-+-HEX-------------------+-'   
              +-replacing-character-3-+     
              '-SKIP------------------'     

   .-INDENT=1-----------.  .-FILLERS=NO--.  .-REDEFINES=NO--.   
>--+--------------------+--+-------------+--+---------------+--->
   '-INDENT=indent-step-'  '-FILLERS=YES-'  '-REDEFINES=YES-'   

   .-UNICODE=NO--.  .-LINESPLIT=NO--.   
>--+-------------+--+---------------+---------------------------|
   '-UNICODE=YES-'  '-LINESPLIT=YES-'   

Notes:
  1. VSAM only.
  2. n= 1 to 5.
INPUT=ddname
Defines a reference to a DD or TSO ALLOC statement for the “From” data set or HFS file. The default is DDIN.
DSNIN=dsname
Defines the name of the “From” data set or an absolute path to the "From" HFS file (directory). If any DD statements are specified, they are not used. The name can include a member name in parenthesis. If the member is specified here, the associated Member parameter must be empty. An absolute path to an HFS file (directory) must be enclosed in apostrophes. If it does not fit on one line, you can split it over more than one line. You can further describe this data set, as follows:
VOLSERIN=volser
Volume serial number for a non-cataloged “From” data set.
MEMBER=member1
The name of a single member in a PDS, or a member name pattern representing one or more members in a PDS. If the input data set is a PDS(E), you may specify this parameter, or a member name in the DD statement for ddname, or specify a member or members in the CPYMBR parameter, or specify a range of member names via the MEMSTART and/or MEMEND keywords.

A member name pattern can consist of any characters that are valid in a member name and two special pattern characters: the asterisk (*) and the percent symbol (%).

*
represents any number of characters. As many asterisks as required can appear anywhere in a member name pattern. For example, if you enter a member name pattern of *d*, all members in the PDS whose name contains “d” are processed.
%
is a place holding character that means a single character. As many percent symbols as necessary can appear anywhere in a member name pattern. For example, if you enter a member name pattern of %%%%, all members in the PDS whose name is four characters in length are processed.

member1 is ignored if the data set is not a PDS.

Note: See Usage notes.
MEMSTART=startstring
Is used to specify the start of a range of member names to be included in the copy. If MEMSTART is specified but MEMEND is omitted, all members of the PDS(E) from the startstring value onwards are included. startstring can have the same values, including wild cards, as for the member1 parameter of the MEMBER keyword.
Note: See Usage notes.
MEMEND=endstring
Is used to specify the end of a range of member names to be included in the copy. If MEMEND is specified but MEMSTART is omitted, all members of the PDS(E) up to the endstring value onwards are included. endstring can have the same values, including wild cards, as for the member1 parameter of the MEMBER keyword.
Note: See Usage notes.
MQ:manager:queuename
You can specify a MQ queue in place of a data set name, where:
manager
The MQ manager to be used. If you specify a generic name, Z Data Tools displays a list of matching managers to select from.
queuename
The queue to be used. If you specify a generic name, Z Data Tools displays a list of matching queues to select from.
Generic names are not supported for MQ when running in batch.
rt:applid:rname
You can specify a CICS® resource in place of a data set name, where:
rt
Resource type. Valid values are:
FI
For a CICS file.
TD
For a Transient Data Queue.
TS
For a Temporary Storage Queue.
applid
The VTAM® applid of the CICS system.
rname
The name of the resource.
CREATED=created
The date on which a member was created, in YYYY/MM/DD format.

If the input data set is a PDS(E), you may specify this parameter, or specify a range of creation dates with the CRESTART and CREEND keywords.

You can specify an asterisk (*) as the last character to indicate a range of dates or a percent sign (%) in place of a single character to indicate a selection of dates.

created is ignored if the data set is not a PDS.

CRESTART=crestart
The start of a range of creation dates in YYYY/MM/DD format to be included in the copy.

If CRESTART is specified but CREEND is omitted, all members of the PDS(E) from the crestart value onwards are included.

If omitted, or you do not enter a full date, or you specify an asterisk (*) as the last character, the unspecified portion of crestart defaults to the right as follows:
DD
= 01
MM
= 01
YYYY
= 0000
No other wildcarding is allowed.
CREEND=creend
The end of a range of creation dates in YYYY/MM/DD format to be included in the copy.
If omitted, or you do not enter a full date, or you specify an asterisk (*) as the last character, the unspecified portion of creend defaults to the right as follows:
DD
= 31
MM
= 12
YYYY
= 9999
No other wildcarding is allowed.
CHANGED=changed
The date on which a member was last modified, in YYYY/MM/DD format.

If the input data set is a PDS(E), you may specify this parameter, or specify a range of modification dates with the CHGSTART and CHGEND keywords.

You can specify an asterisk (*) as the last character to indicate a range of dates or a percent sign (%) in place of a single character to indicate a selection of dates.

changed is ignored if the data set is not a PDS.

CHGSTART=chgstart
The start of a range of modification dates in YYYY/MM/DD format to be included in the copy.

If CHGSTART is specified but CHGEND is omitted, all members of the PDS(E) from the chgstart value onwards are included.

If omitted, or you do not enter a full date, or you specify an asterisk (*) as the last character, the unspecified portion of chgstart defaults to the right as follows:
DD
= 01
MM
= 01
YYYY
= 0000
No other wildcarding is allowed.
CHGEND=chgend
The end of a range of modification dates in YYYY/MM/DD format to be included in the copy.
If omitted, or you do not enter a full date, or you specify an asterisk (*) as the last character, the unspecified portion of chgend defaults to the right as follows:
DD
= 31
MM
= 12
YYYY
= 9999
No other wildcarding is allowed.
USERID=userid
The TSO user ID by which the member was last updated.

If the input data set is a PDS(E), you may specify this parameter, or specify a range of user IDs with the UIDSTART and UIDEND keywords.

You can enter a generic user ID by using asterisks and percent signs.

userid is ignored if the data set is not a PDS.

UIDSTART=uidstart
The start of a range of user IDs to be included in the copy.

If UIDSTART is specified but UIDEND is omitted, all members of the PDS(E) from the uidstart value onwards are included.

If omitted, or you do not enter a full 7-character user ID, or you specify an asterisk (*) as the last character, Z Data Tools replaces the asterisk and pads the unspecified portion of uidstart to the right with low values (X'00').

UIDEND=uidend
The end of a range of user IDs to be included in the copy.

If you omit this field, it defaults to high values (X'FF').

If you specify less than 7 characters (without an asterisk as the last character), Z Data Tools pads uidstart to the right with low values (X'00'). If you specify an asterisk (*) as the last character, Z Data Tools replaces the asterisk and pads the unspecified portion of uidend with high values (X'FF').

CPYMBR
Provides a means of selecting input members from a PDS(E) where no generic name pattern and no member name range has been specified. Also provides a means for renaming the selected members as they are copied to the output data set. If the CPYMBR keyword is specified, only those members included in the CPYMBR arguments are copied to the output data set. Members selected by the MEMBER=member1 that are not included in the CPYMBR arguments are not copied.

The CPYMBR arguments also refine the member list specified in the MEMBER=member1 parameter. If the MEMBER keyword is not specified, it is assumed to be MEMBER=*, and all members named in the CPYMBR list are processed. However, if the MEMBER keyword is specified, for example as MEMBER=TEST*, the members included in the CPYMBR list are selected from the TEST* subset of members. Any members named in the CPYMBR arguments that do not match the mask given in the MEMBER parameter are not copied.

from_mem
The name of the member to be copied. Generic name masks are allowed.
to_mem
The name of the member after it has been copied to the output data set. If unspecified, the output member is not renamed.
Note: See Usage notes.
BINRECIN=binrecin-len
Specifies the record length used for processing the "From" HFS file. Valid range: 1 to 32760.

The file is processed in Binary mode (fixed-length records derived from the file, delimiters not distinguished). If you do not specify this parameter, the file is processed in Text mode (variable-length records, boundaries determined by delimiters).

USEIOXIN
Specifies whether to invoke a user I/O exit, to process the input data set.
NO
Default. Do not invoke a user I/O exit.
YES
Invoke a user I/O exit to process the input data set. This option is only available if the person who did the site customization for Z Data Tools allowed user I/O exits on a site-wide basis.
IOXIN
Specifies the name of the user I/O exit used for the input data set. There are no restrictions on the programming language that you can use to write an exit. The exit must be provided to Z Data Tools in the STEPLIB/ISPLLIB concatenation or their extensions (LINKLIST, LPA, and so on).
sysexit
Default. If you specify USEIOXIN=YES and do not supply a user I/O exit name, Z Data Tools uses the name of the exit provided in the installation customization options. If USEIOXIN has been set to YES and no installation default has been provided, you must specify IOXIN=ioxname.
Note: If you have selected batch processing in an online panel, the generated JCL statements use the default name provided in your Set System Processing Options panel.
ioxname
The name of a PDS(E) member of a data set that has been provided to Z Data Tools in the STEPLIB concatenation.
EXCLUSIVE
Note: This option is supported for backward compatibility only.

Use the new DIRINTEGR option.

Determines the disposition of the From (input) data set.
NO
Default. The data set is allocated with DISP=SHR, so that other users can obtain concurrent access to a PDS or PDSE during execution of DSC.
YES
The data set is allocated with DISP=OLD, preventing concurrent access to the PDS or PDSE.
Note: If you pre-allocate the input data set with DISP=SHR and then specify,EXCLUSIVE=YES in batch, I/O errors might occur during concurrent access to the data.
DIRINTEGR
Specifies whether to invoke a user I/O exit to process the input data set.
NO
Default. Z Data Tools uses a faster PDS(E) directory processing method. This may cause I/O errors when multiple users are concurrently updating the directory of the data set being processed.
YES
Z Data Tools uses safer, but slower, PDS(E) directory processing method. This method allows for safe concurrent updates of the PDS(E) directory by multiple users.
INCLUDEMD
This parameter determines what happens to the descriptor for an Websphere MQ message.
YES
The descriptor is added as a prefix as the data is copied.
NO
Just the message data is copied. This is the default.

This parameter applies only when the input describes an MQ queue.

JCL=NO
Treat the data set as a non-JCL data set.
JCL=YES
Indicates the file or PDS(E) members being copied contain JCL, the syntax of which is to be maintained during the copy process.

This option is only available when the PROC option is selected as changes can only be made to the input data by means of REXX processing.

This option is ignored if a template is being used.

Use of this option may affect the performance of the copy due to the overhead of verifying the syntax of the JCL.

OUTPUT=ddname
Defines a reference to a DD or TSO ALLOC statement for the “To” data set or HFS file. The default is DDOUT.
DSNOUT=dsname
Defines the name of the “To” data set or an absolute path to the "To" HFS file (directory). If any DD statements are specified, they are not used. The name may include a member name in parenthesis. If the member is specified here, the associated Member parameter must be empty. You can further describe this data set, as follows:
(member2)
Where DSNOUT=dsname specifies a PDS and you want to send the output to a specific member within this data set, this defines the output member name. An absolute path to an HFS file (directory) must be enclosed in apostrophes. If it does not fit on one line, you can split it overmore than one line.
VOLSEROUT=volser
Volume serial number for a new or non-cataloged “To” data set.
BINRECOUT=binrecout-len
Specifies the record length used for processing the "To" HFS file. Valid range: 1 to 32760.

The file is processed in Binary mode (fixed-length records derived from the file, delimiters not distinguished). If you do not specify this parameter, the file is processed in Text mode (variable-length records, boundaries determined by delimiters).

Note: See Usage notes.
USEIOXOUT
Specifies whether to invoke a user I/O exit, to process the output data set.
NO
Default. Do not invoke a user I/O exit.
YES
Invoke a user I/O exit to process the output data set. This option is only available if the person who did the site customization for Z Data Tools allowed user I/O exits on a site-wide basis.
MEMOUT=mask
Where a number of input members have been specified, you can specify a member name pattern for the output members, allowing you to rename your members as they are copied. The member name pattern can consist of any characters that are valid in a member name and two special pattern characters: the asterisk (*) and percent sign (%).
Asterisk (*)
The asterisk is a place-holding character that means multiple characters with no change. Only one asterisk should appear in the mask. Any subsequent asterisk characters are treated as percent signs. For example, if you enter:
ABC*

The renamed members all begin with ABC followed by the remainder of the old member name.

Percent sign (%)
The percent sign is a place-holding character that means a single character with no change. As many percent symbols as necessary may appear anywhere in a member name. For example, if you enter:
%%%A*
The 1st 3 characters of the renamed members remain unchanged, the 4th character is replaced with the letter “A” and the remainder of the old member name remains unchanged.
MQOPEN
This parameter determines if the Websphere MQ queue is opened in browse or share mode and the messages from that queue read in a destructive manner.
BROWSE
The Websphere MQ queue is opened in browse mode. Messages are not removed from the queue as they are read. This is the default.
SHARE
The Websphere MQ queue is opened in share mode. Messages are removed from the queue as they are read (the queue is read in a destructive manner).

This applies only when the input describes an MQ queue.

IOXOUT
Specifies the name of the user I/O exit used for the output data set. There are no restrictions on the programming language that you can use to write an exit. The exit must be provided to Z Data Tools in the STEPLIB/ISPLLIB concatenation or their extensions (LINKLIST, LPA, and so on).
sysexit
Default. If you specify USEIOXOUT=YES and do not supply a user I/O exit name, Z Data Tools uses the name of the exit provided in the installation customization options. If USEIOXOUT has been set to YES and no installation default has been provided, you must specify IOXOUT=ioxname.
Note: If you have selected batch processing in an online panel, the generated JCL statements use the default name provided in your Set System Processing Options panel.
ioxname
The name of a PDS(E) member of a data set that has been provided to Z Data Tools in the STEPLIB concatenation.
STATS=ON
Default. This updates the ISPF statistics (if already present) when a PDS or PDSE member has been changed.
STATS=OFF
The ISPF statistics are not updated when a PDS or PDSE member has been changed.
STATS=FORCE
The ISPF statistics that exist for members being processed are always updated and statistics for a member that previously did not have statistics are created.
DISP
Determines the disposition of the To (output) data set. Specify OLD or MOD.
OLD
Writes input records to the existing output data set, starting from the beginning.
MOD
Default. Appends the input records to the end of the existing output data set.
Note: MOD is not available for PDS(E) member processing.
Note: SMS might modify the allocation of new data sets on your system. For details, contact your SMS Administrator.
POSITION=skip
Number of logical records to be skipped from the beginning of the data set. The default is 0.
SMPLINCL=sample_include
Number of physical records to be included in a repeating sample from a data set. Both SMPLINCL and SMPLSKIP keywords must have non-zero values for sampling to take effect. Range: 0–9999999.
SMPLSKIP=sample_skip
Number of physical records to be skipped in a repeating sample from a data set. Both SMPLINCL and SMPLSKIP keywords must have non-zero values for sampling to take effect. Range: 0–9999999.
KEY=key (VSAM only)
A key for KSDS records, or a slot number for RRDS records. The maximum key length is 30 characters. The first record with a key or slot value greater than or equal to key is the first record copied. If you omit the key and skip values, copying begins with the first record in the data set.

If the key contains lowercase characters, blanks, or commas, enclose it in quotation marks. You can also specify a key in hexadecimal format (for example, X'C1C2C3').

NLRECS
Number of records to be copied or ALL.
ALL
If you specify ALL or omit the parameter, all the remaining records are copied.
nlrecs
The maximum number is 999 999 999.

When you are coding a REXX procedure and NLRECS is specified, then this can affect the number of records presented to the REXX procedure. NLRECS only applies to the number of records written to the primary output data set. It does not apply to records written in the REXX procedure with the WRITE() function.

CORRESP
Specifies whether or not Z Data Tools maps output fields to input fields with the corresponding name. The default is NO.
NO
Instructs Z Data Tools to use the existing field mapping in the TCOUT member. If the TCOUT member is a copybook, or no field mapping is supplied, then Z Data Tools ignores this option and performs a corresponding copy (as if you had specified CORRESP=YES).
YES
Instructs Z Data Tools to map output fields to input fields with the corresponding name.

If you want to use existing mapping in the “To” template, specify CORRESP=NO.

REPLACE
Specifies whether or not Z Data Tools replaces like-named members in an output partitioned data set. The default is NO.
NO
Like-named members in the output partitioned data set are not replaced.
YES
Like-named members in the output partitioned data set are replaced.
IGNLEN
Specifies whether or not Z Data Tools ignores length mismatches when selecting records for processing.
NO
Do not ignore length mismatches. Records that are shorter than the matching structure length in the template are not selected for processing.
YES
Use this option to ignore length mismatches.

When a field in the “From” template spans or is beyond the copied record's boundary, the corresponding field on the output record is initialized (since there is no data available from the from field). The exception is alphanumeric fields, where the portion of the field that exists on the input record is copied (a partial copy) and the remainder of the output field is padded with blanks.

RECCOUNTS
Controls whether or not the count of records for copied PDS(E) members and sequential/VSAM data sets is printed in the processing listing in batch.
NO
Record counts are not reported.
YES
Record counts are reported.
Note: This option affects PDS(E) processing ONLY. For sequential/VSAM data sets, the record counts are always provided. When the option is selected, it prevents the use of IEBCOPY for PDS(E) processing, which may affect the copy performance.
PACK
Determines if Z Data Tools should detect if the input data is in ISPF packed format and specifies if the output data is to be written in ISPF packed format. This keyword is ignored when processing VSAM data sets. When an I/O exit has been specified for either the input or output data set (or both), the only valid option is PACK=NONE.
ASIS
Instructs Z Data Tools to write the output in ISPF Packed format only if the input is in ISPF packed format.
PACK
Instructs Z Data Tools to write the output in ISPF packed format regardless of the input format.
UNPACK
Instructs Z Data Tools to write the output without ISPF packing, regardless of the input format.
NONE
Instructs Z Data Tools not to determine if the input data set is in ISPF packed format and writes the output records as they are read from the input data set (after any enhanced processing).
SKIP
Instructs Z Data Tools to determine if the input data set is in ISPF packed format and if so, to skip the copy processing.
PROC=proc
Member name of a REXX procedure that you want to use to process each record before it is copied, or an asterisk (*) to indicate the procedure is inline. If you specify a member name, you must define an HFMEXEC ddname that identifies the PDS containing the member. If you specify *, the procedure is read from SYSIN immediately following the control statement for the current function. The inline procedure is terminated by a record containing a slash and a plus sign (/+) in columns 1–2.

For more information about using DFSORT or REXX procedures to process records before they are copied, see Enhancing Z Data Tools processing.

If PROC=proc is specified, you can then choose to include a MEMPROC parameter:

MEMPROC
Specifies that REXX member selection is in effect. Records are read from the input member and then cached in memory until a decision is made, within the REXX procedure, on whether the member is to be copied or dropped. Once the decision has been made, the entire member is either copied or dropped, depending upon the RETURN string specified in the REXX procedure.

If the entire member is processed without encountering a RETURN DROP MEMBER or RETURN PROCESS MEMBER string, the member is processed according to the action specified by the parameter specified for MEMPROC. These are:

PROCESS
The member is to be included in the copy. The member is copied intact, subject to any specified template processing, which is performed before the user REXX proc is invoked.

This is the default action, if no parameter is specified with the MEMPROC keyword.

DROP
The member is to be excluded from the copy. Processing continues with the next member.
INRDW
Controls whether or not to adjust the input start location when the specified start location takes into account the record descriptor word (RDW).
NO
Does not adjust the input start location.
YES
Subtracts 4 from all start locations that have been coded on external functions that refer to the input record.
OUTRDW
Controls whether or not to adjust the output start location when the specified start location takes into account the record descriptor word (RDW).
NO
Does not adjust the output start location.
YES
Subtracts 4 from all start locations that have been coded on external functions that refer to the output record.
Template options
The template options define which templates (if any) are used to describe the record structure in the “From” and “To” data sets, and how Z Data Tools processes those templates.
TINPUT=ddname
Defines a reference to a DD or TSO ALLOC statement for the data sets which contain the copybook or template that describes the record structure of your input data. The default is TDDIN.

If you specify a concatenated DD, then you must provide the member name, member.

Note: When you specify concatenated data sets in the template DD statement, and these data sets are vendor-managed copybook libraries, a maximum of 20 data sets are supported.
TINMEM=member
The name of the copybook or template member in the datasets identified by the TINPUT parameter if it has not been specified on the DD statement. This parameter must not be specified if the TCIN parameter is specified.
TCIN=tcin(member)
PDS and member name of the copybook or template that describes the record structure of your input data.
OFFSETIN
The length of the 01 field in the “From” template and the start locations of the fields within that 01 field are adjusted by the value provided.
value
The offset value, which must be in the range -32760 to 32760, to be applied to the corresponding field identifier. If no field identifier is supplied and ALL is not used, the value is applied to the first Level 01 field in the “From” template.
ALL
Where the template contains multiple record structures, this keyword applies the corresponding value to all Level 01 within the “From” template.
Note: You can specify a value for ALL and then override this value for individual layouts by providing subsequent value and fieldname combinations.
fieldname
The name of the Level 01 field to which value is to be applied. The default is the first Level 01 field in the “From” template.
TOUTPUT=ddname
Defines a reference to a DD or TSO ALLOC statement for the data sets which contain the copybook or template that describes the record structure of your output data. The default is TDDOUT.

If you specify a concatenated DD, then you must provide the member name, member.

TOUTMEM=member
The name of the copybook or template member in the datasets identified by the TOUTPUT parameter if it has not been specified on the DD statement. This parameter must not be specified if the TCOUT parameter is specified.
TCOUT=tcout(member)
PDS and member name of the copybook or template that describes the record structure of your output data.
OFFSETOUT
The length of the 01 field in the “To” template and the start locations of the fields within that 01 field are adjusted by the value provided.
value
The offset value, which must be in the range -32760 to 32760, to be applied to the corresponding field identifier. If no field identifier is supplied and ALL is not used, the value is applied to the first Level 01 field in the “To” template.
ALL
Where the template contains multiple record structures, this keyword applies the corresponding value to all Level 01 fields within the “To” template.
Note: You can specify a value for ALL and then override this value for individual layouts by providing subsequent value and fieldname combinations.
fieldname
The name of the Level 01 field to which value is applied. The default is the first Level 01 field in the “To” template.
Copybook processing
If you specify a copybook (instead of an existing template), then Z Data Tools uses these processing options to compile the copybook into a template:
LANG
Determines whether Z Data Tools automatically detects the copybook language or interprets the language as COBOL, PL/I, or HLASM.
Note: The COMPLANG setting in FMN0POPT is the equivalent of the LANG parameter in batch functions.
  • If COMPLANG is set it determines the installation default language for online and batch compilation.
  • If COMPLANG is not specified then COBOL is the installation default for online compilation and AUTO is the default for batch compilation.
  • If a value of COBOL, HLASM, PL/1, or AUTO is specified (in the Compiler Language Selection panel or through the LANG parameter in a batch job) it overrides the default language.
AUTO
Automatically detect whether the copybook language is COBOL or PL/I, and invoke the appropriate compiler. If the compilation results in a return code greater than 4, then invoke the compiler for the other language. If the second compilation also results in a return code greater than 4, then retry the first compiler and report the compilation errors. If Z Data Tools successfully creates a template (despite the compilation errors), then continue processing with the template.
COBOL
Invoke the COBOL compiler to create a template from the copybook. (Do not invoke the PL/I compiler, even if the COBOL compilation results in errors.)
PLI
Invoke the PL/I compiler to create a template from the copybook. (Do not invoke the COBOL compiler, even if the PL/I compilation results in errors.)
HLASM
Invoke the HLASM compiler to create a template from the copybook.
COBOL options
The following options are used to compile a COBOL copybook into a template:
DBCS=YES
Use the DBCS compiler option.
DBCS=NO
Use the NODBCS compiler option.

For details on the effect of the DBCS and NODBCS compiler options, see the IBM COBOL Programming Guide for OS/390 & VM.

CDPC=NO
Do not use the COBOL SPECIAL-NAMES paragraph "Decimal-point is comma".
CDPC = YES
Use the COBOL SPECIAL-NAMES paragraph "Decimal-point is comma".
CAE=NO
Do not use the COBOL compile option ARITH(EXTEND).
CAE = YES
Use the COBOL compile option ARITH(EXTEND).
MIXED = NO
Field names stored in the template in uppercase.
MIXED = YES
Field names stored in the template in the original case as coded in the COBOL copybook.
RFROM1 RTO1 … RFROM5 RTO5
Up to five pairs of “From” and “To” pseudo-text character strings for the COBOL REPLACE compiler-directing statement.

If your COBOL copybooks contain characters that you want to remove or replace with other characters before compiling the copybooks into templates, then use these replacing options.

For example, if your copybooks contain colon characters (:) that you want to remove before compiling, then specify '==:==' as operand1 and '=====' as operand2.

For details on specifying “From” and “To” strings for COBOL REPLACE, see the IBM COBOL Language Reference.

CBLMAXRC
Sets the maximum acceptable return code for a copybook compile. A return code higher than the specified level causes the function to stop. Default is 4.
Note: The COMPMAXRC parameter is still supported but it is recommended that the CBLMAXRC parameter is used instead. If you do specify the COMPMAXRC parameter, it takes precedence over the language MAXRC.
CBLLIBS
Allows you to specify a list of up to ten data set names to be specified in the SYSLIB concatenation list. These data sets are searched in the order specified for COPY and INCLUDE members for the compilation.
dsname
The name of the data set name to be processed. Generic name masks are not allowed.
CBLADDOP
Additional COBOL compiler options which are included in a CBL statement when compiling COBOL copybooks.
PL/I options
The following options are used to compile a PL/I copybook into a template:
BIN63=YES
Use the LIMITS(FIXEDBIN(63)) compiler option.
BIN63=NO
Use the LIMITS(FIXEDBIN(31)) compiler option.
DEC31=YES
Use the LIMITS(FIXEDDEC(31)) compiler option.
DEC31=NO
Use the LIMITS(FIXEDDEC(15)) compiler option.
GRAPHIC=YES
Use the GRAPHIC compiler option.
GRAPHIC=NO
Use the NOGRAPHIC compiler option.
UNALIGNED=YES
Use the DEFAULT RANGE (*) UNALIGNED, language statement to change the default alignment.
UNALIGNED=NO
Use the PL/I default.
PLIMAXRC
Sets the maximum acceptable return code for a copybook compile. A return code higher than the specified level causes the function to stop. Default is 4.
Note: The COMPMAXRC parameter is still supported but it is recommended that the PLIMAXRC parameter is used instead. If you do specify the COMPMAXRC parameter, it takes precedence over the language MAXRC.
PLILIBS
Allows you to specify a list of up to ten data set names to be specified in the SYSLIB concatenation list. These data sets are searched in the order specified for COPY and INCLUDE members for the compilation.
dsname
The name of the data set name to be processed. Generic name masks are not allowed.
PLIADDOP
Additional PL/I compiler options which are included in a *PROCESS statement when compiling PL/I copybooks.

For details on the effect of these compiler options, see the IBM VisualAge PL/I for OS/390 Programming Guide.

HLASM options
The following options are used to compile a HLASM copybook into a template:
DBCS=YES
Use the DBCS compiler option.
DBCS=NO
Use the NODBCS compiler option
NOALIGN=YES
Use the NOALIGN compiler option.
NOALIGN=NO
Use the ALIGN compiler option.
ASMMAXRC
Sets the maximum acceptable return code for a copybook compile. A return code higher than the specified level causes the function to stop. Default is 4.
Note: The COMPMAXRC parameter is still supported but it is recommended that the ASMMAXRC parameter is used instead. If you do specify the COMPMAXRC parameter, it takes precedence over the language MAXRC.
ASMLIBS
Allows you to specify a list of up to ten data set names to be specified in the SYSLIB concatenation list. These data sets are searched in the order specified for COPY and INCLUDE members for the compilation.
dsname
The name of the data set name to be processed. Generic name masks are not allowed.
ASMADDOP
Additional HLASM compiler options which are included in a *PROCESS statement when compiling COPY and MACRO members.

For details on the effect of these compiler options, see the HLASM V1R6 Programmer's Guide.

External format processing
When generating the output in an external format, Z Data Tools uses the following options:
FORMAT
Specifies the external format to be used for output.
XML
Indicates that XML format is used.
NPRTCHAR
Determines how non-printable characters are to be represented in the output.
'.' (dot)
Default. Each non-printable character is replaced with ".".
ASIS
Non-printable characters appear unchanged in the output.
HEX
Any non-printable character is converted into its hexadecimal representation.
'replacing-character-1'
Each non-printable character is replaced with the replacing-character-1. The set of allowable characters is limited to printable characters with exception of special characters. You may specify:
char
A character, such as "?".
C'char'
A character used without case translation.
X'cc'
A character defined by its hexadecimal value.
NESTHEX
Each string of consecutive non-printable characters will be nested into content of element as X'hex-representation-of-string- of-non-printable-characters'
SKIP
Any non-printable character causes the value to be skipped (data is represented by start and end tags, without any content).
SPECCHAR
Determines how special characters are to be represented in the XML output.
'_' (underscore)
Default. Each special character is replaced with "_".
ESCAPE
Special characters are converted into escaped strings:
  • "&gt;" for ">"
  • "&lt;" for "<"
  • "&apos;" for "'"
  • "&quot;" for "'"
  • "&amp;" for "&"
CDATA
Unchanged string containing special characters are enclosed into the CDATA section.
HEX
Any special character will cause the XML value to be converted into its hexadecimal representation.
'replacing-character-2'
Each special character is replaced with the replacing-character-2. The set of allowable characters is limited to printable characters with exception of special characters. You may use:
char
A character, such as "?".
C'char'
A character used without case translation.
X'cc'
A character defined by its hexadecimal value.
NESTHEX
Each string of consecutive special characters is nested into content of element as X'hex-representation-of-string-of-special-characters'
INVDATA
Determines how invalid data is to be represented in the output.
'*' (asterisk)
Default. Invalid data is represented by string of "*" with a length equal to the assumed length of the output value.
HEX
Invalid data causes the output value to be a hexadecimal representation of the input value.
'replacing-character-3'
Invalid data is represented by a string of replacing-character-3 with a length equal to the assumed length of the output value. The set of allowable characters is limited to printable characters with exception of special characters. You can use:
char
A character, such as "?".
C'char'
A character used without case translation.
X'cc'
A character defined by its hexadecimal value.
SKIP
Invalid data is skipped (data is represented by start and end tags, without any content).
INDENT
Specifies the number of blanks used to indent each level of XML tag corresponding to the nested level in the template or copybook.
1
Default. Each nested level causes an increase in indentation of each XML level by one blank.
indent-step
Any value from 0 to 9. INDENT=0 will force no indentation. Each positive number will cause an increase in indentation of each XML level by this number of blanks.
FILLERS
Indicates whether fillers (unnamed data elements) are to be included into the output or not.
NO
Default. Fillers are ignored (not represented in the output).
YES
Fillers are treated as named data elements and represented in the output.
REDEFINES
Indicates whether data elements redefining other data elements are to be included into the output or not.
NO
Default. Redefines are ignored (not represented in the output).
YES
Redefines are treated as other data elements and represented in the output.
UNICODE
Indicates whether the output is to be converted to Unicode or not.
NO
Default. The output is not converted.
YES
The output is converted to Unicode.
LINESPLIT
Indicates, whether the output lines resulting from processing an input record are spanned contiguously over multiple output records, or each output line must be included as the only line in an output record.
NO
Default. Output line is contained, as the only output line, in one output record.
YES
Output records are cut independently of external formatting. An output line can span multiple output records and not necessarily start from the beginning of the record. However, output representation of each input record starts from the new output record.
Note: You cannot specify different options for compiling “From” and “To” copybooks; the same copybook options are used for both.
//DSC JOB (acct),'name'
//* Copy data set to data set
//*
//HFMBAT    PROC
//HFMBAT    EXEC PGM=HFMMAIN
//STEPLIB  DD DSN=HFM.SHFMMOD1,DISP=SHR
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSABEND DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSUDUMP DD SYSOUT=*
//         PEND
//*
//STPSSEX     EXEC HFMBAT
//SYS1INP  DD DISP=SHR,
//            DSN=SYS1.PARMLIB(LNKLST00)
//SYSIN    DD *
$$FILEM VER
$$FILEM DSC INPUT=SYS1INP,
$$FILEM     DSNOUT=HFMUSER.TEMP.LINKLIST,
$$FILEM     TCIN=HFMUSER.HFM.TEMPLATE(ODOTWO01)
$$FILEM EOJ
/*

This example copies all members of the input PDS ('USERID.PLXIN') that match the input mask 'XYZE*' to the output PDS('USERID.PLXOUT'), renaming them using the rename mask JBG*. The members XYZEDIT, XYZEDIT1, XYZEDIT2, XYZEDIT3, XYZEDIT4, XYZEDIT5 and XYZEDIT6 are copied and renamed as JBGEDIT, JBGEDIT1, JBGEDIT2, JBGEDIT3, JBGEDIT4, JBGEDIT5 and JBGEDIT6 respectively.

//SYSIN DD *
$$FILEM DSC DSNIN=USERID.PLXIN,
$$FILEM MEMBER=XYZEDIT*,
$$FILEM DISP=MOD,
$$FILEM DSNOUT=USERID.PLXOUT,
$$FILEM MEMOUT=JBG*

This example shows copying PDS(E)s using a TSO environment (required for load module processing when Z Data Tools is not APF-authorized and recommended for better performance with PDS(E)s).

//HFMBAT EXEC PGM=IKJEFT01,DYNAMNBR=100
//STEPLIB DD DSN=HFM.SHFMMOD1,DISP=SHR
//SYSTSPRT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSTSIN DD *
CALL *(HFMMAIN)
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSIN DD *
$$FILEM DSC DSNIN=TEST.PDS,
$$FILEM MEMBER=*,
$$FILEM REPLACE=YES,
$$FILEM DISP=OLD,
$$FILEM DSNOUT=TEST2.PDS