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RTC Dependency build unable to identify dependent module and run necessary link-edit

Louis Lock (3028) | asked Oct 10 '17, 6:27 p.m.
edited Oct 11 '17, 3:06 a.m. by Ralph Schoon (63.3k33646)

I have two programs (StartApp and PrintApp) in my z/OS project.  StartApp calls PrintApp explicitly ( Call 'PrintApp' using Program-pass-fields ).  I changed the PrintApp program and ran a dependency build.  My expectation is that the dependency build identifies the dependency and re-link-edits the calling program StartApp.  However, the build only compiles and link-edits the changed program without relinking the calling program.  As a result, the change made did not take effect when I tested it by invoking the StartApp program.  I know that my link editor translator must have the link-edit check-box checked.  I've made sure I did that.  Source code data scanning has been enabled.  Are there any other configurations to ensure dependency build properly runs?  Thanks.

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Alex Akilov (1211924) | answered Feb 02 '18, 8:16 a.m.


You may wish to review  As you can see, RTC is designed to support what you're trying to do but there are little devils in the details.

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Louis Lock (3028) | answered Oct 18 '17, 10:05 a.m.

Hi Alex, thanks for your response.  I'm linking program objects in PDSEs.  In my link-editor translator, I have the program object PDSE library as one of the DD concatentations for SYSLIB.  Thanks.

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Alex Akilov (1211924) | answered Oct 17 '17, 11:27 p.m.

FYI, the RTC link edit parser only works with Program Objects in PDSEs (not Load Modules in PDSs).  Are you linking with Objects or Load modules?

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