I use a data area or control file to say if debug is on or not for my

I actually always save the JSON data (building or receiving).. .and if
debug is turned off I remove the file(s) with RMVLNK at the end. That way
if it hard crashes the data may still be there to look at without having to
recreate the problem.

I know others do differently, but after years I've found that's the

On Mon, Jan 10, 2022 at 11:41 AM Dave <dfx1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


At the moment, during testing, each time my CGI programme receives JSON
data, I'm saving it to the IFS.

As I won't need to keep the JSON data once the application is deployed,
would be the best way to dynamically turn on and off the save function of
the program in case it were needed? Seems to me there are many ways of
doing it. I could configure an environment variable, an URL, change a data
area, etc. What do you people do ?

Thanks !
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