You might want to consider keeping the last 2 or 3 compile
listings for every program.
That way if someone makes a change you can look back at the
previous compile listings and compare it to the latest one
and see what was changed
From: Tim Adair [mailto:tadair@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2012 11:47 AM
Subject: Re: Delete all but latest spool file member
1. For reference.
2. If there's an error when the program is run, I can see
exactly where it occurred.
3. If part of the source member (or the whole thing) gets
toasted, I can recreate it.
4. If the pgm isn't functioning as expected, I can compare
the *PGM object timestamp to the latest compile listing.
5. Because I'm paranoid.
"Paul Nelson" <nelsonp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Why would you need to keep compile listings?
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