Identifying which users exits have been modified
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Identifying which users exits have been modified


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 Is there any way to determine whether existing user exits are the defaults shipped with the product or if they have actually been modified?


Release:  11.0


With PTF RO67064, you can identify any user exits that have been modified.  Prior to this PTF, there was not a way to determine if a CA 11  user exit was modified.  Once RO67064 is applied, the following command can be issued to display any exits modified since the base release on the current system by examining storage.


The above example assume default comchar of "=" is in use.   If the CA 11 comchar at your site differs, specify it in place of the default comchar "=".   This command does not show status on the JES2 or JES3 CA 11 exits.   The following command can be used to show all of the exits processed by this function:


For the optional CA 11 JES2 Exit: Issue the "$DEXIT(6)" JES2 command.  If module U11R22X6 is shown in the routines list and the exit is enabled, then the optional CA 11 JES2 exit, U11U2X, is used.

For optional CA 11 JES3 Exit: Issue the "*I X M=IATUX03" JES3 command.  If the size is very small (around 00000040), then it is probably the default IBM exit. If the size is substantial, you will need to investigate whether the IATUX03 module is the optional CA 11 JES3 exit, U11U3X.  One method is to look in the LNKLST for the first IATUX03 and browse it looking for "U11U3X".