Re: What can I do with an unloaded partitioned data set on Linux?
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On 05/01/08 10:50, Hendrik Boom wrote:
> I am the proud owner of several unloaded partitioned data sets, dating
> back to my days on OS/360 and OS/370.
> Does anyone have any code I could use to decode these? I don't mean the
> EBCDIC-to-ASCII (or to UTF-8) conversion -- I mean the weird file format.
> Or documentation about this file format?
You aren't even telling us what application generated the data. Are
they FORTRAN print files, SAM/ISAM library members, etc, etc.
I think that you'll get better results asking some mainframe-
oriented list or forum.
> Or will I have to reverse-engineer it myself? Not that that's likely to
> be an insurmountable task. I just suspect that somewhere, someone has
> already done it.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
We want... a Shrubbery!!
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