Create/delete catalog entries in a dedicated usercat.

Rob Schramm

On Wed, Oct 12, 2016, 11:42 AM Paul Gilmartin <
0000000433f07816-dmarc-requ...@listserv.ua.edu> wrote:

> On Wed, 12 Oct 2016 09:02:28 -0500, John McKown wrote:
>
> >On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 8:56 AM, Itschak Mugzach wrote:
> >
> >> John, try calling bpxwunix. Works great for me. What is great he the
> that
> >> results are returned in an array stem variable).
> >
> >​I'll try that. I wonder if I can do that in a non-TSO server. I'm trying
> >to avoid TSO based servers due to the limited number.​
> >
> IIRC, I've used BPXWUNIX from IRXJCL.  I was trying to invent a smarter
> BPXBATCH.  Worked well.  I was able to allocate stdout and stderr to
> SYSOUT in the era before BPXBATCH supported that, and with SDSF to tail
> those SYSOUTs in real time.  (I suppose Co:Z might now provide a better
> solution.)
>
> OTOH, assembler interfaces are available to all the UNIX kernel services.
>
> The Gripping Hand is whether kernel services are available whatever in
> System Rexx, with the added complication of making addresses of Rexx
> variables available to those assembler interfaces.  That would depend
> on (undocumented?) details of Rexx storage management.
>
> LE?  I don't believe kernel services have LE entanglements.
>
> -- gil
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