|Date: ||Sun, 30 May 1999 04:34:52 -0400|
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|From: ||Joe <zberger@LDL.NET>|
|Subject: ||Re: Passthru....|
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Cant you use TSO XMIT?
oh source machine:
XMIT destnode.destuserid 'my.data.set'
on target machine:
>>=Greg P Mucha at Greg_P_Mucha@CARADON.COM said on 5/28/99 13:18=<<
>This may be a little afield of the list topic, but I have been asking
>no one else seems to know or remember...and you guys tend to be such good
>techies I thought I would proffer my sorrows....
>We have been relegated (condemned) to using Attachmate for our system
>And since we have a separate set of partititions, maybe even different
>MVS machines, for test and production, I have resorted to downloading to
>(not a real problem), and then back up to the mainframe (the REAL problem)
>stuff I want to have on both ISPF environments. Handy development tools,
>Back in my old VM/CMS days we used passthru to move stuff from one machine
>environment to another, but I don't remember all of the details. I seem to
>recall that it was an EXEC, but I am not sure. The reason why I am
>because I could have sworn I saw a PASSTHRU exec somewhere in my current
>environment, but now I don't remember where it was. If I could find it
>it, it would save alot of grief porting stuff from one MVS machine
>Does anyone know/remember what PDS IBM typically places a PASSTHRU
>An SMP PDS or script location? Something...anything? Would/could a PASSTHRU
>exec work on separate physical machines that are obviously using many of the
The manual said "Windows 95 or better", so I used a Macintosh.