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FINDING PANVALET LIBRARIES
Article ID: 52135
Database Analyzer (IMS Tools)Mainframe Configuration Manager for IMS for z/OSIMS TOOLS - MISCCompress Data Compression (IMS Tools)Database Analyzer for IMS for z/OSDatabase Copier for IMS for z/OSDatabase Organizer for IMS for z/OSMainframe Extended Terminal Manager (IMS Tools)High Performance Recovery for IMS for z/OSDatabase Organizer (IMS Tools)Mainframe Program Restart Manager for IMS for z/OSSecondary Index Builder for IMS for z/OSSecondary Index for IMS for z/OSJARSJARS Resource AccountingJARS SMF DirectorJMRMIM Resource Sharing (MIM)MIM Data Sharing (MII)MIM Tape Sharing (MIA)MIM Message Sharing (MIC)Nastel AutoPilot for WebSphere MQPanAptPanAuditPanvaletQuickFetchRaps VSEScheduler VSESMRSOLVE:Operations AutomationSOLVE:Access Session ManagementSOLVE:FTSSYSVIEW Performance ManagementNXBRIDGE - SYSVIEW/ENDEVORCA 2ESOLVE
Is there a set of characteristics to use to search for Panvalet libraries? Are they always DSORG=DA and RECFM=F?
Search datasets with LRECL=0, that should narrow the search.
The DSORG should be DA and the RECFM=FS is the default.
Take all of those datasets and run an IDCAMS job to dump the 1st block of the dataset. Sample JCL follows:
If it's a PANLIB, the 1st 3 characters will be the character representation of the release and version the PANLIB was created under/converted to. For example, if it's a 14.5 panlib, the 1st 3 characters will be x'F1F4F5' (145).