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How to check if a user program has statically linked the CA Panvalet PAM modules

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Article ID: 15990

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Database Analyzer (IMS Tools) Mainframe Configuration Manager for IMS for z/OS IMS TOOLS - MISC Compress Data Compression (IMS Tools) Database Analyzer for IMS for z/OS Database Copier for IMS for z/OS Database Organizer for IMS for z/OS Mainframe Extended Terminal Manager (IMS Tools) High Performance Recovery for IMS for z/OS Database Organizer (IMS Tools) Mainframe Program Restart Manager for IMS for z/OS Secondary Index Builder for IMS for z/OS Secondary Index for IMS for z/OS JARS JARS Resource Accounting JARS SMF Director JMR MIM Resource Sharing (MIM) MIM Data Sharing (MII) MIM Tape Sharing (MIA) MIM Message Sharing (MIC) Nastel AutoPilot for WebSphere MQ Panvalet QuickFetch Raps VSE Scheduler VSE SMR SOLVE:Operations Automation SOLVE:Access Session Management SOLVE:FTS SYSVIEW Performance Management NXBRIDGE - SYSVIEW/ENDEVOR SOLVE

Issue/Introduction

The customer wants to relink the user program which is statically calling Panvalet PAM after Panvalet upgrade and/or PAM module update.



Is there any method to check a user program that statically linked PAM ?

Environment

Panvalet R14.6z/OS

Resolution

You can check it by the PGM=AMBLIST. If the POPEN is included in a user module, the PAM is statically linked. Please execute it and check the module including the POPEN as CSECT.

 

Sample jcl;

//        JOB
//AMBLIST  EXEC PGM=AMBLIST
//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=*
//SYSLIB   DD DSN=Prefix.user.loadlib,DISP=SHR
//SYSIN    DD *
 LISTIDR  DDN=SYSLIB
/*
//