• Subject: Re: unconverted RISC *PGMs
  • From: Jromeh@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 9 Oct 1997 10:12:34 -0400 (EDT)

>> How can you find unconverted CISC *PGM objects on a V3R6 box short of
>> running or saving, then restoring them? Looking for a way to dump this
>> info to a file, etc....

>The TAA Productivity Tools which we market and distribute,  include (at 
>least in the RISC versions) a command PRTCVNRQD (I hope I spelled that 
>right- I'm typing this from home) -Print Conversion Required. It will 
>print out a listing of programs not yet converted to RISC, either because 
>they are not observable, or because no attempt to convert them has been

>This command did not exist  in the old QUSRTOOL version, it is one of the 
>new ones.

Thanks. Just sent another request for acquisition of the tools to the 
client powers that be. Could you please send pricing information? We'll 

Jerome Hughes                     jromeh@aol.com
InterPro Consulting Services      www.interproinc.com
Rosemont, IL USA                  these are my own opinions only

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