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Objet : Using FNDSTRPDM


  • Subject: Objet : Using FNDSTRPDM
  • From: "Denis Robitaille" <DRobitaille@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 26 Feb 1998 03:04:01 -0500

fixed

FNDSTRPDM wont do it for you. The best you can do with it is have it start SEU 
in update mode for each occurrence but then you must make the change manually. 
I am not sure but you might do it with SQL. I know you can write an RPG program 
to do it . The solution to choose depend on the volume of change to make.

Denis Robitaille
Cascades Inc.

>>> "Leland, David" <dleland@harter.com> 02/25 2:59 pm>>>
I'm sure there must be an easy way to do this, but I can't seem to find
it.  I have a part of one line of code in a bunch of RPG source members
that I want to change to something else.  Is there anyway using
FNDSTRPDM (or any other IBM command/utility) that I can tell the command
to automatically change the string to something else.

Thanks,
Dave
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