How can I Copy VOLLIE OLL Members over to a z/VSE Sub Library?
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How can I Copy VOLLIE OLL Members over to a z/VSE Sub Library?

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Article ID: 32794

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Issue/Introduction

When working with an OLL member, one can use its contents to update z/VSE sub-library members, but there is no COPY function in VOLLIE to move a MEMBER from a VOLLIE OLL file over to a z/VSE SUB Library.  How can this be done? 

 

 

Environment

Release: VOLLIE00100-5-Vollie
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Resolution

One must enter CA-Vollie control statements, or data with control statements, into an VOLLIE OLL member and then apply the contents of that member against the current z/VSE sub-library. 

One will need to do this using the VOLLIE UPDATE command. 

For further info, see:  VOLLIE USER Guide Chapter 6 - Using VSE Library Facilities 6.6 - Updating Sub-library Members. 

Instructions: 

To use the contents of the VOLLIE OLL member named VSEUPD to update a member in the current z/VSE sub-library, enter:

UPDATE VSEUPD 

The CA-Vollie control statements that let you add, replace, delete and/or rename a z/VSE member immediately from the CICS partition are: 

ADD - adds a member to a z/VSE sub-library. 

ADD must precede the data that is to comprise the z/VSE member to be added, as in: 

ADD TEST.C 

<data >

 

REP - replaces the named z/VSE member with the data that follows it, as in: 

REP TEST.C 

<data>

 

REN - changes the name of a z/VSE member to any valid z/VSE name that does not currently exist in the sub-library being accessed. For example, to rename the member TEST, enter:

REN TEST.C TO TEST2.C 

 

DEL - deletes the named member, as in: 

DEL TEST2.C 

 

Note: If your current default file is not a z/VSE sub-library or is not the sub-library you want, use the following command:

DEFINE FILE

to designate the appropriate file.