You may face a situation where you need to check what user exits are defined in endevor and whether it is using the expected version of each user exit. This might happen, for example, when:
How to do that?
You can use the endevor exits trace for this purpose.
The quickest and easiest way would be to run an Endevor batch job performing any Endevor action. It doesn't matter which one. Even a job with an empty BSTIPT DD would suffice. You only need Endevor initialization to be performed so that it writes the start of the exit trace
In the JCL, you need to add the following DD statement, which will enable the exit trace.
//EN$TRXIT DD SYSOUT=* this will turn on the exit trace
If you need to take the trace in a foreground run, then the steps would be:
One way or the other, the exit trace should be present under ddname EN$TRXIT, and it should look like this:
CA Endevor SCM Version 18.1.00 Copyright (C) 1986-2019 Broadcom. All Rights Reserved. 02/03/22 08:25:55
Northeast Region CA Endevor SCM
C1I0003I USER EXIT PARAMETER TRACE LOG
08.25.55 EXIT TRACE HAS BEEN INITIALIZED.
08.25.55 USER EXITS TABLE C1UEXITS LOADED FROM STEPLIB
08.25.55 EXIT#=01 NAME=C1UEXT01 AUTH=Y CALLAPF=N ALTID=Y LIB=STEPLIB NOT FOUND
08.25.55 EXIT#=02 NAME=C1UEXT02 AUTH=Y CALLAPF=N ALTID=Y LIB=STEPLIB ADDRESS=0032F000
08.25.55 EXIT#=03 NAME=C1UEXT03 AUTH=Y CALLAPF=N ALTID=Y LIB=STEPLIB NOT FOUND
08.25.55 EXIT#=04 NAME=C1UEXT04 AUTH=Y CALLAPF=N ALTID=Y LIB=STEPLIB NOT FOUND
08.25.55 EXIT#=05 NAME=C1UEXT05 AUTH=Y CALLAPF=N ALTID=Y LIB=STEPLIB NOT FOUND
08.25.55 EXIT#=06 NAME=C1UEXT06 AUTH=Y CALLAPF=N ALTID=Y LIB=STEPLIB NOT FOUND
08.25.55 EXIT#=07 NAME=C1UEXT07 AUTH=Y CALLAPF=N ALTID=Y LIB=STEPLIB NOT FOUND
In the trace, you need to check the following:
Additionally, you can take a dump from the batch job, or examine storage in your TSO session, you may use the load point displayed in the trace to browse the user exit(s) in storage and compare them with the load module in the library. This will verify that endevor has loaded the expected version of each exit.