"LOAD MODULE AUDITOR" generates the statement, but sometimes it is not wanted.
When a user executes a PAN#1 ++WRITE,WORK command, the following statement is added to each member:
77 PAN-VALET PICTURE X(24) VALUE 'LEVEL, NAME, DATE'
This statement is generated by the "LOAD MODULE AUDITOR" to identify the modification level and the date of last maintenance of the originating source. AllFusion CA-Panvalet supplies a basic Load Module Auditor at installation. The exit resides in the installation Panvalet library member PVLMAUD. See the Load Module Auditor of the System Management. The source is a supplied extended feature EFF001 linked via PANEXIT. See the Supplied Extended Features of the Extended Features. (Note this is not the same as usermod $2SF057 found in member SPECIALMVS which addresses a comment record)
In this case the user is unloading the entire PANLIB database to a PDS and wants to keep all members intact without any modification.
To nullify the 77 statement generation, the user needs to use a PAN#1 module without the exit. You can verify by comparing sizes of the module PANEXIT which is 8 bytes when delivered in the CAILIB. See the Load Module Auditor - z/OS and VSE of the Extended Features.